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Corfu: Full-Day Sightseeing Van Trip with Swim Stop

1. Corfu: Full-Day Sightseeing Van Trip with Swim Stop

Discover the wonders of the island of Corfu on this day trip from the City of Corfu. Relax aboard an airconditioned van as your guide takes you to see the sights like the Ipapanti Monastery. Have free time to explore towns like Kassiopi and Lakones, and the bay of Paleokastritsa. Enjoy the convenience of being picked up at your hotel or cruise port in Corfu. Drive to Achilleion Palace, which was ordered to be built by Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Buy a ticket to see the frescoed rooms of this neoclassical mansion and explore its lush terraced gardens with a sea view. Continue to Paleokastritsa Bay and have free time to swim into the azure waters of the Ionian Sea, purchase an optional boat ride to see the famous caves where the mythological Ulysses met the princess Nausicaa, or hike to the 13th-century Monastery of the Virgin Mary. Make your way to the hilltop Lakones village and stop by a local taverna where you can purchase some authentic Greek food. Admire the heart-shaped bay and Paleokastritsa area from above while you sip on a glass of Greek wine with lunch. Relax on the panoramic drive through olive groves and ancient villages, until you reach Canal D’Amour in the Sidari area. Explore his stunning coastal area of fantastically-shaped cliffs bathed by emerald waves. Travel to Kassiopi, a charming fishing village where can stretch your legs as you take in the colorful port, sandy beach, and local cafes. Pass thorugh Northeast coast of Corfu and catch a glimpse of the Kalami and Barbati area. Finish your tour with a views of the Ipapanti Monastery where you can see a turquoise bay with a church on a small island, placed on an area full of luxury villas and hotels. Return to your pickup location in Corfu at the end of your tour.

Corfu: Sailboat Cruise and Ionian Islands Snorkeling Tour

2. Corfu: Sailboat Cruise and Ionian Islands Snorkeling Tour

Cruise the calm waters of the Ionian Sea where Poseidon once ruled on this sailing cruise with pickup and drop-off in Corfu. Acquire new skills with a sailing and snorkeling lesson. Swim by remote beaches and keep your energy up with a complimentary sandwich and drink (beer or soft drink).  Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Corfu and transfer to a spacious sailboat. Settle in as you embark on your journey through the Ionian islands. Try your hand at sailing with a 90-minute lesson and get a taste of life at sea. Look out over the jade-colored sea and breath in the rejuvenating air fringed with the sweet aroma distinct to these outlying lands. Each day waits with new surprises of hidden-away beaches, sunken caves, and rich history. Dive into the water and uncover the crystal-clear waters and schools of silver fish as you snorkel over the seabed with a guide during your snorkeling lesson. After a short rest and a delicious sandwich and chilled drink (beer or soft drink), head back to port with your new sea skills. 

North Corfu: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

3. North Corfu: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

Your North Corfu tour begins in Corfu town and makes its first stop at Ipsos, which is the most popular holiday destination on Corfu for young English visitors. Ipsos offers a beautiful sandy beach combined with numerous restaurants, bars, and nightclubs that are open day and night. Rising above the village is Pantokratoras, the tallest mountain on Corfu island. As the tour continues on to the mountain there is a stop along the way at the traditional village of Spartillas. A monastery is situated at the top of Pantokratoras, at an altitude of 917 meters . Known as the Monastery of Pantokratoras it now has only a single monk in residence. He will be your guide when you visit the church. After visiting the monastery, your next stop will be the village of Acharavi, which is set amid pine and olive trees. The village boasts a lovely sand beach, which is one of the longest in Corfu. This is a lively resort that features numerous shops, restaurants, bars, and tavernas. The final stop on the bus tour is on to the way back to Corfu town. Until recently, Kassiopi village was a quiet and picturesque fishing village with a lovely beach. In recent years it has become increasingly popular and has evolved into a modern tourist resort. In Kassiopi you can visit the ruins of a fortress and also the most important religious monument of northern Corfu. The church of Panagia Kassopitras is said to have been built on the foundations of the ancient temple of Zeus of Kassiopi.

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