Others and sign-language on request (extra cost may apply)
Port or any hotel in the town center
What you will do...
When taking this tour you'll visit Paleokastritsa. On its way, we'll cross and ejnoy a view of the green countryside, past olive trees, vines and fields and enjoy breathtaking views and coves of crystal-clear water. Paleokastritsa is a popular resort on the west coast of Corfu. The name means Alter Burgplatz and refers to the Angelokastro Castle in sight. Discover the 13th-century Panagia Theotokos Monastery on a rock.
The area is one of the most beautiful and impressive places on the island. With unique views, you will be introduced to the Orthodox religious history before continuing to Bella Vista for a photo stop, famous as the most beautiful view of the earth.
Then, we'll go to the old town of Corfu, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007. The city of Corfu, especially in the old part, is perhaps one of the most fascinating jewels of modern Greece; This example of Byzantine and Venetian art will captivate you with its magnificent buildings.
What you will visit...
Enjoy Paleokastritsa and Bella Vista:
Paleokastritsa is a picturesque coastal village located on the western coast of Corfu. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, with crystal-clear waters, rocky cliffs, and lush greenery. Exploring Paleokastritsa allows you to soak in the enchanting landscapes and enjoy the idyllic beaches. One of the highlights of Paleokastritsa is the Bella Vista viewpoint, which offers panoramic views of the village, the coastline, and the surrounding turquoise waters. It's a perfect spot for capturing memorable photos and appreciating the scenic beauty of the area.
Learn about Orthodox religion:
Corfu has a strong connection to the Orthodox religion, and there are several opportunities to learn about its traditions and significance. You can visit Orthodox churches and monasteries, such as the iconic Saint Spyridon Church in Corfu Town, to observe their beautiful architecture and religious art. Exploring these religious sites allows you to gain insights into the Orthodox faith, its customs, and the role it plays in the local culture. Additionally, engaging with locals or taking guided tours can provide a deeper understanding of the Orthodox religion's history and its influence on the island.
Visit UNESCO World Heritage of Corfu Town:
Corfu Town, the capital of the island, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a treasure trove of historical and architectural wonders. The town is renowned for its charming Venetian, French, and British influences, reflected in its architecture, fortresses, and elegant squares. Exploring Corfu Town allows you to wander through its narrow streets, lined with pastel-colored buildings, boutique shops, and cozy cafes. You can visit notable attractions such as the Old Fortress, the Liston promenade, and the Palace of St. Michael and St. George. The town's rich history, cultural heritage, and vibrant atmosphere make it a captivating destination to explore.
Notes on mobility
Inspected and carefully chosen stops
Easy access guarantee
Accessible transfer with ramp
Assistance pets are allowed
Suitability for Level 1 and 2
max. 4 Wheelchairs foldable
max. 4 Rollator Users
max. 2 Mobility scooter Users
max. 2 Electric wheelchair
Roundtrip transportation by air-conditioned bus
License Tour guide
Pick-up and drop-off
Special personal assistance
Rental of aid equipment
Food and drinks