The region of North Corfu offers plenty attractions for tourists.


Apart from its beautiful beaches and amazing landscape, the region offers plenty attractions. Here are some of them which are worth visiting: 

Folklore Museum

The Folklore Museum in Acharavi takes you to a nostalgic journey, exhibiting several centuries' worth of folk objects, tools & furniture from northern Corfu.


Ancient village Old Perithia

The heritage protected and ancient village Old Perithia is the oldest example of the original mountain villages of Corfu with cobbled streets and ancient houses, dating back to the mid 14th century.

The Lagoon of Antinioti

The Lagoon of Antinioti is a Treaty Natura 2000 protected area is abundant with flora and wildlife including the threatened Otter species Lutra-lutra, and many rare orchids and offers great environmental interest.

The Waterfalls at Nymfes

The Waterfalls at Nymfes are the most impressive, reaching a ten meter height at times. The waterfalls are on the outskirts of the enchanting village Nymfes, surrounded by a dense vegetation of olive groves, pine, cypress and plane trees. Nearby you will find the Askitario monastery, one of the oldest Christian monuments in Corfu.

The Mountain Pantokrator

The mountain Pantokrator, dominating the island’s northeast region, is Corfu’s tallest mountain peak with an altitude of 906 meters. You can drive or hike to the mountain top and explore traditional Greek villages on the way as well as the monastery at the summit. The rewards for reaching the summit are spectacular panoramic views of Corfu’s green countryside and sweeping coastlines.