Corfu boasts yet another extremely valuable museum, namely, the Ionian Bank Museum of Banknotes. Its uniqueness consists of the fact that it is the only museum of this kind in the entire Greece. The museum takes pride in possessing the alleged oldest banknote in the world issued in China in 1300 AD, and a numerous display of other historic banknotes, as well as seals, coins, stamps, and various other items of documental importance.
What is unique about the Acharavi Beach is that it stands out as the longest beach in Corfu. Acharavi is the most important northern seaside resort.
The Kaminaki Beach excels by being one of the most secluded pebble stretches in the entire Corfu.
The Agios Stefanos Beach is located in the northwestern side of Corfu, and the increasing popularity of this venue amasses more and more tourists each year