Start your introduction to Corfu with a guided walk through the historic Old Town and the island’s capital. Boasting Venetian fortifications, neo-classical buildings and charming houses, the Old Town is described in UNESCO’s World Heritage List as a fortified Mediterranean port town of high integrity and authenticity. Admire the famous Esplanade, one of Europe’s largest squares, and the elegant Liston, which once allowed access only to the aristocracy of Corfu. Built on the side of a hill, the town is made up of a small alleyways crisscrossing with larger, bustling streets that abound with typical craftsmen's workshops and colorful shops. Discover all the interesting sites that include Saint Spyridon Church, dedicated to the island’s protector, Town Hall and the charming Old Town. Then continue with a scenic drive through the lush green countryside to Paleokastritsa, famous for the crystal blue-green sea and its beaches, mysterious grottoes, impressive rock formations and coves, that create one of the most beautiful locations in Greece. It is here that archaeologists believe the legendary castle of King Alkinoos was built as is recorded in the writings of Homer. Stop at one of the beautiful bays, where you will sail on a small boat to see three impressive small caves, Nausica, St. Nicholas and the Blue Eye. The boat trip continues to the other side of Paleokastritsa, where the wonderful jagged coastline of this stunning location can be enjoyed. Discover the deep blues of the Ionian Sea during this unforgettable experience! After this little cruise, spend some free time at leisure for swimming or exploring Paleokastritisa before returning to Corfu port.