The Sea Shell Museum is a rather interesting presence in the abundant offer of such establishments in Corfu. Its asset consists of underwater findings covering the regions of the Mediterranean Sea, the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, and they refer to shells, fossils, preserved fish, snakes, and sharks, corals and sponges, just to mention a few. The fact that the museum was awarded by the IREDA Research Institute in Italy ascertains the value of this establishment.
There are two major highlights in Kalami, namely, the beaches pertaining to this small resort and its reference to the life and activity of Lawrence Durrell.
The display made available by the Museum of Ceramic Art speaks about what is characteristic of Corfu in terms of ceramic art.
The Serbian Museum speaks about the stay of the Serbian army which found refuge in Corfu during World War I. Exhibits Uniforms, medals, flags, ammunition and well as sundry artifacts