Paleokastritsa is a magical place. And all thanks to the unique nature of the island of Corfu. The triangular cape of Paleokastritsa is densely forested and surrounded on three sides by the sea. At the very tip of the cape, among the rocks and forest, a small town is nestled. All in all, about five thousand people live here. But tourists can meet incomparably more. However, such crowds, as in more famous parts of Greece, in Paleokastritsa still does not happen.
Travelers in Paleokastritsa attracted by the amazing nature, almost untouched by man. The water in the local bays is the clearest, shimmering with all shades of turquoise. The sand on the beaches is silver, and some beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag of the European Union. Lovers of seclusion will find quiet corners in rocky coves. For divers in Paleokastritsa there are also many opportunities. After all, underwater cliffs make the relief of the coast extremely fascinating to explore.
Antiquity lovers will find in Paleokastritsa the ruins of a medieval fortress and an active monastery of the XVII century, built on the site of a building of the XIII century, covered with many legends.