Full Day Private

Full Day Private Tour

6 - 7 hours


If you prefer a full day private tour make your own changes and adjustments on the tour to make it an unforgettable pleasant experience ideally suitable for you and your group friends. We will simply offer you the best service. Usually there are three main routes followed from most of cruise Corfu visitors. You are free to choose any of them.

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    Tour Starts From

    Achilleion Palace, Perama, Pelekas Village, Paleokastritsa, Lakones Village, Aggelokastro, Old Fortress and Old Corfu Town.

    This full day tour always starts from the port. Your mini bus will be waiting for you just in front of the main entrance of  the port a few meters away from your cruise ship. In a pleasant environment always air conditioned and clean, with free bottled water offered during your tour we head to first visiting destination Achilleion.

    Achilleion Palace.

    It was built from the Empress Elizabeth. It is situated on the top of a hill in the traditional Corfu village Gastouri. Arriving just outside from the Palace amazed by its unique beauty of the outside garden area, but also from the inside wall drawings and the statues and monuments of Zeus, Era, the Peristyles of the Muses and the magnificent ‘ Dying Achilles ‘ statue which represents Achilles dying trying to remove the spear from his ankle. It is the largest statue of Achilles, with unbelievable dimensions, which presents Achilles in a moment of victory. Next stop Perama.


    Leaving Gastouri village  following the west coast road of Corfu, passing numerous traditional Corfu villages, your tour stops at Perama. Perama is on the  opposite hill of Kanoni, a long bridge is crossing the sea and joins the two sides of Corfu which can be passed only on foot taking you to the Convent of Vlachernas under the hill of Kanoni. Perama is the ideally place to admire the famous view of Mouse Island , ‘Pontikonisi’ and take the best pictures of it with your camera. Getting  back on your mini bus your Corfu tour continues heading to another interesting destination the traditional and famous village Pelekas.

    Pelekas Village.

    Pelekas is a traditional village built on one of the most beautiful hills of Corfu island which attracts many tourists every year. Apart from the traditional form of the village, with the narrow streets, the main square and its churches, the main characteristic of Pelekas is the magnificent view from the top of the hill known as the ‘ throne of Kaiser ‘ , because  the German emperor Kaiser Goulielmos the 2nd   used to enjoy  this magnificent spectacle. At dawn, the sunset from the top of the hill of Pelekas is considered to be the most beautiful in Corfu.  If you, your friend or group of friends feel like having a coffee, the cafe close to Kaiser Throne is open there all day offering apart from a drink the unique view of the Ionian Sea.    Passing through villages and green hills, our next stop will be Paleokastritsa.


    Paleokastritsa is located on the northwest coast of Corfu. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful resorts of Corfu. It consists of six different small coasts and rocky beaches with crystal blue sea water. From almost each coast small boats can take you to a boat trip to the caves that can be found along its coastline to admire the crystal water and the beauty of the nature. There are two most known and important caves that you will be visiting. The first one is called Nausica Cave, named after the daughter of the King of the Phaeacians. It is said that she found in there Odysseus and nursed him back to health. The second most worthseeing one is called Blue Eye due to a patch of incredibly blue water which resembles an eye.

    Above the main coast on a hillside full of wild trees and olive trees facing the deep blue sea stand the Monastery of Theotokos. The Monastery was built around 12th  century and inside in one of the cells a museum has been founded with Byzantine and post Byzantine icons. Int the main courtyard of the monastery there is also an old well where you can throw a coin and make a a wish which with the blessings of Virgin Mary Theotokos it will probably come true.

    Close to Paleokastritsa is the very well known village of Lakones. From this village the view is spectacular, even better from the one you can enjoy from the Hill of Monastery of Theotokos. So at Lakones we have planned your next stop.

    Lakones Village.

    It is a traditional Corfu village where apart from the view you can enjoy excellent Greek food and even some of the local special Corfu menus. Maybe some Sofrito, Pastitsada or even a chilly Mpourdeto at the local restaurants and taverns. Usually the uplifting energy of your lunch and the local wine, creates a need to see more and continue the tour. So next stop is the close castle of Aggelokastro. Getting on your mini bus we have planned to drive you through villages Krini and Makrades to Byzantine Castle of Aggelokastro.


    Aggelokastro is the westernmost fortress of the Byzantine empire and the Despotate of Epirus, which included Corfu until 1267. It was built at the 12th  century and  according to the local tradition, the inhabitants and the 8 guards, resisted so successfully that the Turks decided to retreat and leave Corfu. Inside the castle you will discover the churches of Taxiarches and Agia Kyriaki. Agia Kyriaki was  built in a small cave and Taxiarches on top of another older Church. The view from the castle is unique. Most of the visitors come even on foot from a Byzantine path that starts from Paleokastritsa, just to admire this view.

    Old Fortress – Old Corfu Town.

    After this, relax in the privacy and comfort of your mini bus. Our driver will drive you to the old Corfu town center where you are able to visit the old Fortress of  Corfu, do some shopping into the venetian style Corfu Town shops, have a coffee in the famous Liston and get the blessings from the Miracle-Worker , Saint Spyridon by your visit into the main Church of Corfu, Saint Spyridon Church.

    Just before your cruise ships sales away you will be driven outside the main entrance of the Port, exactly  where your Corfu tour had started having after all this places a pretty good idea of the unique beauty of Corfu island.

    North of Corfu

    The North of Corfu

    6 - 7 hours


    Another very interesting mini bus all day tour, that you can choose upon your visit on the beautiful Corfu island is on the north side of Corfu. As always your tour will start from the port. No matter if you are with your friend or your group of friends your mini bus will be expecting you outside the main entrance of the Port just a few meters distance from your cruise ship. In the pleasant, always clean and fresh environment of your mini bus your tour to the North side of Corfu island beggins from the famous Ipsos village.

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      We will visit Places

      Ipsos, Spartilas, Strinilas, Acharavi and Kassiopi.

      This is an amazing private tour on the east north of Corfu.


      Ipsos is the most favorable destination of Corfu for English young people. It combines a beautiful sandy beach, throughout the whole main road of the Village, and numerous night clubs, bars, restaurants and touristic shops open almost all day and night, offering to its visitors unforgettable summer holidays.

      Behind the village, you can admire the tallest mountain of Corfu island Pantokratoras which compining with the blue crystal water on the bottom of the hill at Ipsos beach, it creates a unique scenery for the village. Pantokratoras is the mountain that we will be heading continuing our mini bus tour. On the road to Pantokratoras we will meet the old traditional village Spartillas. And this can be our next short stop before to Pantokratoras.

      Spartilas Village.

      The village is literally “hung” on the steep southern slope of the Pantokratoras mountain. Is one of the oldest villages of Corfu with the same traditional structure as most of the Corfu villages have, the narrow streets between the houses and 5 beautiful churches inside the village. From Spartillas the view of the island and Albania mountains opposite Corfu island, is unique. From Spartillas we will be continuing to Pantokratoras.

      Pantokratoras Mountain.

      Pantokratoras is the highest mountain of Corfu, enabling the visitors to admire the Ionian Sea, the Albanian mountains and the beautiful Corfiot villages. On top of Pantokratoras mountain at an altitude of 917m it is built the Monastery of Pantokratoras. It is a highly renowned monastery and the visitors to the Monastery can admire the numerous paintings and silver shirts. In the monastery now lives only a monk which will guide you to the church. Next stop will be Strinilla village.

      Strinilas Village.

      This is the village where most visitors after visiting Pantokratoras stop for lunch. The view to the other side of Corfu island, the northwest part and the excellent local food tastes that is offered from the few tavernas of the village will reward you for our choice.


      The village of Acharavi is built on a flat area full of pine and olive oil trees. Particularly impressive in the village is the extensive sandy beach, which is one of the largest in Corfu. Its length is over 8 km and the shallow crystal blue waters are ideal for young children. It is a well organized beach with water sports facilities and games.

      Acharavi is a busy and lively resort with numerous shops, tavernas, restaurants and bars. Behind the resort from the bottom of the surrounded hills, start many walking paths leading to Pantokratoras and the other close mountain villages. These paths are part of the Corfu trail.

      Depending on your preferences and your mud you can choose either to  have a long or a short stay in Acharavi village, for a coffee or a drink or even to “taste” the refreshing sea waters and enjoying the warm energy of the sun at Acharavi beach.

      Kassiopi Village.

      Kassiopi flourished during the Roman period and according to the tradition, it had been visited by the emperor Nero. In the village you can visit the ruins of a fortress which is considered to be one of the strongest fortresses of the Corfiot countryside and also the most important religious monument of northern Corfu, the church of Panagia Kassopitras, which is said to be built on the foundations of the ancient temple of Zeus of Kassiopi. The church was built in the early years of Christianity, was destroyed by the Turks and   rebuilt by the Venetians in 1580.

      Leaving Kassiopi village, filled with the best pictures from the north part of Corfu your mini bus tour comes to its end. You will be driven back to the port, exactly where your tour had started ready to get back on board on your cruise ship heading to your next cruise destination.