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Corfu Palma Boutique Hotel,
Dasia, 49083 Corfu +30 26610 93941
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BEACHES
  • 1. Agios Gordis

    The huge and very busy vast beach of Agios Gordis which ends at a high rock called Ortholithi. The beach is a long wide sandy stretch, offering water sports and plenty of entertainment in the bars and tavernas along its length.

  • 2. Myrtiotissa

    Myrtiotissa, one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, also known as “the only beach in the island of Corfu where nudism is officially tolerated”.

  • 3. Agios Georgios Pagon

    Scenically bracketed between Cape Arilla and palisades culminating in Angelokastro, this two-kilometer beach in Corfu’s far northwest is never completely packed out even in peak season. The water at the northwest end away from the stream mouth is reputed to be some of the cleanest in this part of Corfu.

  • 4. Paleokastritsa

    ​On the northwest side of the island, Has been called the jewel of Corfu, set on a number of bays separated by small promontories, and on the headland farthest out to the sea is the beautiful monastery, still working and occupied by cat loving monks, and containing the famous icon of the Virgin in its church.

SIGHTS
  • 1. Old Fortress in Corfu
  • 2. Asian Art Museum
  • 3. Corfu Old Town

    The strategic location of the island at the crossroads between north and south, east and west , cause it to always be the ” apple of discord ” for all the people who passed or lived in the Balkans. This resulted in the Homeric island of Corfu, to create a multicultural culture , which has left its mark on the island, offering unique samples of history and culture and a mosaic of images that make Corfu a unique travel destination .

  • 4. Achilleion

    Achilleion is the most famous sight on Corfu. It is located on the top of the village of Gastouri. The palace was built in 1890 by Empress Sisi of Austria. The name Achilleion comes from the favourite hero of the empress from Greek mythology – Achilles.

    The palace was designed by an Italian architect and the sculptures are by the German sculpture Ernst Herter. The most renowned of them, the Dying Achilles, can be seen in the palace gardens. After empress Sisis death. the palace had a few owners and even worked as a casino for a certain period of time but the original furniture and interior have been preserved. The German Kaiser Wilhelm II who owned the place from 1907 to 1914 ordered the sculpture of Victorious Achilles with a height pf 8 meters.

    Nowadays the palace is managed by the Hellenic Tourist Organization and works as a museum. Part of the building presents the rooms of the empress and her family, and the rest of it manifests antique furniture and pieces of art. The beautiful green gardens offer a stunning sea view.

Local Information – Dassia, Corfu

We are located in the heart of Dassia and only 100 meters from a beautiful beach with calm waters, offering sun beds and a variety of water sports. To access the beach, exit the hotel, cross the main street and walk to your left. Turn right at the first road. You’ll be at the beach in 2 minutes.

Corfu International Airport is 12 km away and Corfu Port is at 10 km. A bus stop and taxi stand can be found very close to the hotel, along with a vibrant local life. Dassia is an ideal location that allows guests to easily explore Corfu town and other parts of the island. A variety of sports and activities are available via the hotel reception and concierge services. You can relax and rejuvenate as well as explore the island and the old Corfu Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Old Town Corfu

Corfu is an island that combines everything! Indescribable natural beauty, famous beaches, beautiful villages, friendly locals , delicious cuisine, rich history and a special and very interesting local culture .

The strategic location of the island at the crossroads between north and south, east and west , cause it to always be the ” apple of discord ” for all the people who passed or lived in the Balkans. This resulted in the Homeric island of Corfu, to create a multicultural culture , which has left its mark on the island, offering unique samples of history and culture and a mosaic of images that make Corfu a unique travel destination .

Browse the narrow streets (“kantounia”) of the old town, discover traces and influences of the peoples who passed through the island in antiquity, the Byzantine period, the Venetian, British and French occupation. Hear the famous musical cantanas and serenades that are characteristic of Corfu and the Ionian islands in general. Wander palaces, fortresses, museums, libraries, galleries, temples, separate public buildings, private mansions and rare archaeological sites. Then take a break to enjoy a chilled ginger ale, the most typical drink of the island.

Continue your stroll shopping in the great city market, where shops stay open until late at night and you can find everything. Buy beautiful handmade souvenirs and meet famous local products like excellent olive oil and kumquat, from which the famous kumquat liqueur is made, as well as jam, sweet and fruit “glasse” covered with bitter chocolate. Try also the famous pastries of the island such as “mantoles” (nougat with caramelized almonds), “pasteli” (nougat with honey with sesame seeds, almonds or peanuts) and “mantolato” (nougat with almonds, sugar, vanilla, honey).

Sightseeing

• Corfu Art Gallery
• The Ionian University
• Public Art Gallery
• The Public Library
• The Achillion
• The old and the new fortresses of Corfu
• The Kapodistrias Museum
• The Palace Mon Repos
• The main square “Spianada”
• Liston
• The Town Hall Corfu
• The Venetian port
• The Venetian Well in Kremastis Square
• Asian Art Museum , at the Palace of the Archangels Michael and St. George ( unique in Greece )

CORFU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 12 km CORFU PORT 10 km CORFU OLD TOWN 12 km