Private Achillion Palace and Paleokastritsa
Enjoy a handful of activities to get the most out of your time in Corfu when you embark on this epic tour. Visit places like the Achilleion Palace and the Bay...
DescriptionEnjoy a handful of activities to get the most out of your time in Corfu when you embark on this epic tour. Visit places like the Achilleion Palace and the Bay of Paleokastritsa aboard a private coach bus with an expert tour guide. You'll also get to enjoy a monastery museum that houses priceless Byzantine icons and church relics, making this tour an ideal pick for culture connoisseurs.At the start of your tour, you will depart from Corfu and head to the Achillion Palace, a palace built for a former Austrian Empress. Here, you will take an in-depth guided tour of the palace and behold the beauty of this all-white mansion. The palace also features a gorgeous garden that overlooks the Ionian Sea, making it a great place for an impromptu photoshoot. Next, your coach vehicle will transport you to the Bay of Paleokastritsa, which is also known as the Capri of Greece and is considered the most beautiful part of the entire island. Continue your tour by heading to the Byzantine Monastery, where you will see priceless artifacts like a traditional press for making olive oil in its museum.The end of your tour also gives you the chance to explore the gardens of the iconic monastery, where you'll notice the amazing views of the bay and its crystal-clear, turquoise waters and the rocky terrain surrounding the area of its highlands. Your bus will then take you back to Corfu town, where you will have free time to view the historic center and go shopping.Want to see priceless relics, amazing views of crystal clear turquoise water, and enjoy a historic center in Corfu? Then make sure you book this private excursion today for your chance to experience the best of Corfu!
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Preparation AdviceWe recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible, flat-soled walking shoes. Sunscreen and sunglasses are also recommended. For those wishing to visit any churches, remember that shoulders and knees must be covered.