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Paleokastritsa is located in the northwest part of the island and very famous for its natural beauty.

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Distances from hotel

Corfu Town – 23km
Corfu Airport – 25km
Corfu Port – 22km
Platakia Beach – 5 min walk


About Paleokastritsa

Paleokastritsa is located in the northwest part of the island and very famous for its natural beauty. It consists of two peninsulas and five small bays. Some of them have pebble stones while others are sandy. You can enjoy your swim in any one of them.

The area is ideal for diving which you can do with organized diving schools or on your own with a snorkel. You can participate in water sports at all beaches and rent lounges and parasols. From the central beach you can enjoy a trip by boat and visit the caves of the area, e.g. the cave of Nausika, the blue eye and the cave of Ai Nikolas. You can rent a boat at the port of the area and make excursions to beautiful and romantic beaches which can be approached only by boat.

At the top of the rock is the Monastery of Paleokastritsa dedicated to the Virgin Mother and dating from the 18th-19th century. You can visit it daily. It is an excellent example of Greek monasterial architecture. It has a yard with domes and a small Byzantine museum with Byzantine and Post-Byzantine icons. The view from the monastery is wonderful.

City of Corfu

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Paleokastritsa Region

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Old Fortress

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New Fortress

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Church of St. Spyridon

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Achillion Palace

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Museums in Corfu

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Outdoor activities

In Paleokastritsa there are several outdoor activities.


The area around Paleokastritsa has various paths for hiking among olive trees and cypresses. The reception desk has a small map with some indicative paths.

Horse riding

Horse riding through the mountains with a beautiful view of Paleokastritsa, Corfu.


There is a diving school in the area, where you can take diving lessons. You don’t need your own equipment; you can rent the equipment there.

Rent a Boat

Paleokastritsa is the ideal place to start a daily trip with a private boat. Together with very clean sea water, this part of Corfu island is the only one where you can find sea-caves and amazing secluded beaches.


In Paleokastritsa there are seven beaches, separated by round - shaped capes.

Platakia Beach

Platakia is covered mostly by shingle and is the ideal place for the warm days of the summer as the hillsides at the back of the beach shade the beach from early hours.

Agios Spiridon

Agios Spyridon is, the most famous beach in Paleokastritsa, the most crowded of all, the biggest, and for some the most beautiful one.

Rovinia Beach

Greenery in an idyllic landscape, isolation, and blue waters characterize one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece; it is the beach of Rovinia.

La Grotta Bay

The bay of La Grotta has taken its name from the Italian word "cave". The crystal clear blue waters make this bay unique.