Acharavi Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... planted in the Venetian rule. Again another day to be 38 degrees! Beautiful weather. We catch a shuttle bus in to Corfu. It has a unique atmosphere and a fascinating blend of architectural styles. With a lovely outdoor culture and twisting streets and hidden alleyways, a lot of greenery compliments the pretty buildings. An old fortress competes with a newer one. The old Quarter is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Corfu is a place to explore for historians, ...
We stopped at the port of Corfu. The only way to really get around the island is to take an excursion. At least it was for us. We were going to see a Monastery in the village of Palaiokastritsa and to the village of Gastouri to visit the 19th century Achilleion Palace.
The places were very beautiful and again the excursions didn't disappoint ...
... and winding driveway - he is an amazing driver!! • short coach ride to first ferry - about 2 hours to the next ferry port • waited around at the next ferry port for about 4 hours - lots of delays booking tickets etc • had pizza and played cards while waiting • walked to the dock and played keepy up with the boys while waiting • finally boarded ferry around 11pm, bed at around ...
... colours of the numerous tall, pencil shaped cypress trees. This was the first experience I'd ever had of actually walking right inside an olive grove. The feeling of being in among such a wonderful place was indescribable.
Paleokastritsa has long been considered one of the most beautiful villages on Corfu island and is a renowned greek beauty spot. Paleokastritsa is chiefly memorable for the exceptional scenery along with all the superb beaches. It has been suggested as ...
... Over a door in the original stone wall is a lintel with the carving of a lion eating a bulls head. The carving is from the 5th cent BC but was not placed into its present position until 1st cent BC. It was used to make the doorway much smaller and more easily defendable. Even short people like me have to duck down to pass through the door. The Venetian castle on top of the hill appears to be a reconstruction too. The museum here was closed.