Armeno Resort

Armeno resort is located in the southwest part of Corfu, on the beach of Marathias village, it is within walking distance of local taverns. Its 30 klm from the Corfu airport and the city town center.

Its Corfu’s cultural heritage reflects years spent under Venetian, French and British rule before it was united with Greece in 1864. Corfu Town, flanked by 2 imposing Venetian fortresses, features winding medieval lanes, a French-style arcade and the grand Palace of St. Michael and St. George.

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With its crystal clear waters and magnificent mountain view, the stunning Marathias beach is regarded as one of the most beautiful on the island. And it is just one of the many splendid beaches adorning Corfu’s majestic 217 km coastline for the visitor to enjoy; explore those of renowned Paleokastritsa, Sidari with its stunning sandstone formations, the golden sands of remote Myrtiotissa, or the vibrant beach life at Glyfada.
Kanoni / Mouse island

Plan a little escapade to the Kanoni Peninsula where you will visit the quaint and scenic 17th-century Monastery of Vlaherna that seems to float on the Ionian Sea. From this location, pursue your exploration by taking a five-minute boat ride to embrace the beauty of Mouse Island's lush landscape.

Escape for a day in the stunning Paleokastritsa village, nestled in a gorgeous landscape of coves, hillside and tall cliffs. Take a little hike to explore the lovely Theotokos monastery or lay in the sun in one of six secluded beaches.
Corfu Old Town

Corfu Old Town - Wander in the Old town of Corfu, deemed a Unesco word heritage due to its breath-taking Classical, Baroque and Renaissance architecture that could well be the backdrop of a movie. Highlights include the famous arcades of Liston, the Palace of St Michael and St Georgiou and the Old and New Fortress guarding the city for centuries.
Achillion Palace

Beloved refuge of the illustrius Sissy, Empress of Austria, after her tragic son's death, the palace is an ode the legendary Achilles. In the luxuriant garden, you can admire the well-known statue of Dying Achilles with the scenic views of the azure waters of the Ionian Sea in the background.
Liston, the Old and the New Fortress

The New Fortress of Corfu is a Venetian fortress built on the hill of St. Mark in Corfu in stages. The original architect of the fort was the military engineer Ferrante Vitelli. The current buildings which exist within the fortress were built by the British during their rule of the island At the top of the castle there is a stone building which was used for defence and a brick building which in modern times functions as the headquarters of the Naval Station of Corfu. The Venetian fortifications were later expanded by the British and the French to help defend against a possible Turkish attack.[2] Its fortifications included 700 pieces of artillery with range estimated as far as the Albanian coast.
Museum of Asiatic Art

The Museum of Asiatic Art is unique in Greece and one of the most important of its kind in Europe. It contains some eleven thousand exhibits spanning the eleventh century BC to the twentieth century AD from a variety of Asian countries The greater part of the collection, more than ten thousand objects, come from China and Japan, while the rest come from Tibet, Korea, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Thailand and Cambodia.
Casa Parlante

This is what you would hear at Casa Parlante, the most alive historical museum in Corfu. A 19th century noble mansion comes to life with stories to tell. In the unique architectural setting of a classical mansion in the historic Old town of Corfu, the everyday life of the island’s 19th century nobility is recreated. Through animated figures, using robotic technology, and the perfect reproduction of décor and furnishing, Casa Parlante promises to deliver you a true insight into bygone Corfu.