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Approximately 6¾ Hours
Meals not included
Leave the port of Sarande by hydrofoil headed for Greece and the island of Corfu.
This tour visits Paleokastritsa -- an area of unique natural beauty on the northwestern shore of Corfu. Rocky promontories cloaked in pine and cypress trees extend out into the sea, hiding small sandy bays and coves with crystal-clear turquoise waters glimmering under the bright sun.
Enjoy a 30-minute boat ride to the famous sea caves of Nafsika, Saint Nikolas and the Blue Eye. Here, natural geological formations, combined with the minerals in the ground and natural sunlight, give life to amazing forms, colors, and optical illusions.
After your boat trip, the Monastery of Agia Paraskevi is your next stop. The female monastery founded in the 17th cent is located above Palaiokastritsa at a panoramic location. The Monastery’s Katholikon is a simple Basilica and houses post-Byzantine and Ionian-style icons. It celebrates the memory of Agia Paraskevi on 26th July with the participation of all nearby villages.
Next, you’ll reach the Bella Vista viewpoint, overlooking the entire area of Paleokastritsa. Take photos before returning to Corfu town through the Valley of Ropa.
Enjoy free time in the center of Corfu's Old Town.
Guests are required to carry their passports as this tour crosses an international border. Wear sturdy walking or hiking shoes. Travel time to Corfu is approximately 90 minutes each way. The hydrofoil schedule varies, which may affect departure and return time of the tour.