The most known church of the island hosts the relics of Saint Spyridon, and, being located in the old town, it attracts many visitors and worshippers.
The oldest Greek Orthodox church on the island, the Church of Sts. Jason and Sosipatros dates from the 11th century.
This natural islet got its name from its mouse-like shape - "pontiki" in Greek - and is now one of Corfu's top trademarks.
Picturesque and most-photographed, this white temple is located on a small islet that can be reached by a 300 meters long bridge from the coast.
A golden-light sunset at an Angel's Castle? It's on top of a hill, and the view will blow your mind. Low fee, nice café-resto with a fantastic sea view.
Panagia Kassopitra Church
You will undoubtedly come across the beautiful Cassopetra church if you wander around. Enter, light a candle, and get some quiet time.
This robust fortification on two hills has successfully repulsed numerous sieges throughout centuries. Locally referred as "Fortezza".
A villa frequented by 19th-century royals, Achilles' Mansion has lovely interior decoration, artwork, and gardens. Somehow however, it's overrated.
To built this massive fortress, the Venetians had to demolish more than 2.000 buildings. Today it hosts concerts and art exhibitions.
Partly restored, Cassiope's Castle overlooks the four bays around the hill. Nothing too special as a castle but nice for a walk with views.
The home of Empress of Austria and birthplace of Prince Philip (Queen Elizabeth's husband), this palace is used as an archaeological museum.