The location of our luxury apartments is totally unique, since the town centre of Corfu boasts many historic buildings of great architecture and the famous narrow streets (kadounia), where you can wander among the small shops and souvenir shops. Moreover, there you would find all facilities for everyday living, such as supermarkets, tavernas, restaurants and cafeterias. Finally, the apartments are located within a stone’s throw of the famous Liston Square, a colonnade lined with cafes and restaurants.
Do not miss the chance to visit St. Spyridon’s Church, the patron saint of Corfu, whose relics are still being kept and constantly visited by tourists every day, wishing to have the protection of Saint Spyridon.
The apartments are located in the heart of Corfu, where the most famous tavernas or restaurants are located. There you could savour the taste of the Greek cuisine or some Corfiot traditional dishes.
You could never leave Corfu without having wandered along the narrow streets – the so-called kadounia – that only add to the total beauty of the centre of Corfu
The centre of Corfu is a historic landmark itself, boasting traditional buildings and a lot of museums, monuments and statues, maintaining the history and culture of the past.
Corfu is one of the largest islands within Greece, which is being visited by thousands of tourists every year. Boasting major sights and fabulous beaches, Corfu attracts not only foreign tourists but also visitors from Greece. The old town of Corfu still maintains the Venetian architecture of the buildings, that remind us of the old times. Finally, the beaches of Corfu and the surrounding lush vegetation captivate people and thus Corfu ranks among the best tourist destinations worldwide.
Paleokastritsa constitutes, without a doubt, one of the most picturesque villages on Corfu, offering amazing views to the existing bays being formed in the area. The beaches are surrounded by dense vegetation, and thus this village is one of the most famous attractions on the island.
Achilleion is a palace located in the area of Gastouri and it was built by the Empress of Austria, Elizabeth that was commonly known as Sissy. The main theme of the palace is the mythical hero Achilles and is one of the most visited sights.
It is a major landmark of Corfu and almost everyone has taken a photo of it while on Corfu. It was built in 1685, according to some remaining findings of this period. This monastery is open to the public.
It was primarily built for the British Lord High Commissioner, Frederick Adam, but after the reunification with Greece in 1864, the villa was granted to King George I and was renamed as Mon Repos.