The Byzantine Museum, besides its historic relevance, is also religiously valuable, since, first of all, it is hosted by the Panagia Antivouniotissa Church. Furthermore, it has a rich display of religious artifacts, icons included, ranging, in terms of their origin, from the 13th to the 19th century.
Corfu boasts yet another extremely valuable museum, namely, the Ionian Bank Museum of Banknotes. Exhibits oldest banknote in the world issued in China in 1300 AD
Though significantly calmer than the nearby Kondokali resort, Gouvia is one of the most popular and largest northeastern resorts in Corfu. Louis Corcyra Beach
The Kalami (or Kalamiones) Beach is a wide pebbly stretch awarded, as expected, the blue flag. It lies on the northeastern side of Corfu.