Visit the Old Town and begin with Spianada Square. It’s the main square of the island and the central meeting spot of locals and visitors. It was constructed to resemble the European Royal Gardens. It is the largest square in the Balkans and one of the largest in Europe.
Next to Spianada Square is Liston, a wide promenade with French and Venetian style buildings, which is always full of people enjoying their coffee, drink or snack at one of Liston’s many cafes.
You shouldn’t miss the Old and New Fortress constructed by the Venetians.
The Church of Saint Spyridon, suited in Old Town, is a typical church of the Venetian architecture. The locals have deep faith in Saint Spyridon, who considered the keeper of Corfu.
One of the most popular and visited sites in Corfu is Pontikonissi. It’s a small rock island at the entrance of the Chalikiopoulos lagoon. The rock is a natural protected monument today with a tiny Byzantine chapel, but you can visit it by small boats.
One of the must see attractions in the island of Corfu is the Aqualand Park, placed near Agios Ioannis village. Covering over 75.000 square meters this is one of the most adventurous water parks in Europe and has free parking. With restaurants and shops available on-site, Aqualand is a fun and enjoyable attraction.
Famous for being one of the island’s most pictures sights, Paleokastritsa is definitely worth visiting. Gifted with numerous olive and pine trees and golden sand beaches, you can go a boat trip through secret caves and beaches. It also has a historic byzantine museum built among the ruins of ancient forts. Paleokastritsa is definitely an attractive location with many traditional taverns and shops.