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Paleokastritsa Tourist Guide || Corfu
Sun, sea, sand and scenery, Paleokastritsa has it all. At the heart of its natural beauty can be found several picturesque bays with turquoise waters, which are ideal for swimming, snorkelling and watersports. The resort is backed by sheer cliffs of olive groves and cypress trees, and as such the terrain is ideal for individuals with interests in painting, photography, walking and hiking. Paleokastritsa hosts a wide range of amenities for young and old alike and has a fine selection of swimming pools, greek restaurants / tavernas and bars.

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Next to the main beach of Paleokastritsa a roads leads up to the world famous monastery, built on top of a cliff in a most idyllic setting. Visitors both foreign and local come to enjoy the spectacular beauty of the scenery each year. Paleokastritsa village has its own small harbour, this picturesque spot has a relaxed atmosphere where it is possible to hire day boats to visit nearby secluded beaches inaccessible by land, board one of the glass bottom boats or simply try your hand at fishing alongside the locals. Close by are several neighbouring villages all of which represent the typically relaxed Greek way of life. Each has its own remarkable scenery, particularly Lakones, a traditional corfiot style village which is built high into the mountainside with incredible views down to Paleokastritsa resort. The idyllic resort of Paleokastritsa is without doubt the most picturesque region of the island and is considered to be one of the most scenic spots in the whole of Europe.

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