THE HISTORY OF THE GASTRONOMY OF CORFU

History and gastronomy As often said, the corfiot cuisine is clearly venetian. Corfu has been a venetian port for many years, that’s why it was named the “collarbone” of the Adriatic, and as expected, the passing ships gave corfiots many … Read More

THE MONASTERY OF PALAIOKASTRITSA

One of the most famous destinations in Corfu is the monastery of Palaiokastritsa. A monastery built in 1225, then destroyed by the Genevans in 1403, and rebuilt in 1469, so that it was destroyed once again by the Turkish in … Read More

PORTO TIMONI – AN UNSPOILED COASTLINE

The decision to walk down the path of Porto Timoni was one the wisest I ever made. The route was actually a magical journey to another era: back when the wild nature would show its dominance by creating the most … Read More