Nestled in the middle of a pristine countryside area, Villa Regina Rossa enjoys a privileged isolated position, yet at a short distance from interesting seaside resorts such as Roda and Acharavi, which share 7 km of amazing Blue-Flag winner golden sand and pebble beaches.
Equally attractive bays with tiny beaches and a plethora of vibrant bars and tavernas can also be found in the settlement of Sidari. This exciting resort is also renowned for its "Channel of Love" with several caves underneath to be explored by the most adventurous ones.
A 15 minutes drive will also take you to Kassiopi, a charming, little village famous for its countless sandy beaches, watersport clubs, traditional tavernas serving mouth-watering local dishes and lively nightclubs which have turned it into an extremely attractive destination, ideal for all ages.
Don't miss the opportunity to explore the picturesque ghost village of Paleo Perithea and the close by Loutses caves.
In between the Ionian Sea and Mount Pantokrator, the natural scenario is unique and will leave you breathless. What better setting for some trekking or an outing on horseback?
Corfu Town (45 min) seems like a fresco painting that has come to life. Liston’s elegant arcades hang over the marble paved square where the locals gather for a cup of coffee or a drink. The old part, with its special design and quiet, narrow roads is the biggest preserved medieval town in Greece.
Corfu, a “beautiful and rich land” of Homer is a paradise of poetic landscapes and culture, boasting an abundance of natural beauty, stunning beaches and a vivid nightlife. Its strategic position made it vulnerable to foreign conquestors. As a result, a blend of the Venetian, British and French cultures was integrated to the Greek identity. These western influences are prominent in the island’s architecture.
Corfu is probably the most famous Greek island attracting thousands of visitors every year.
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