Hi there! It's almost 2 weeks since I returned from my Greece holidays and I am just overcomed by to-do lists, work and organizing things at home. That's why it took me so long to share some pictures with you all. Everybody outthere seems to talk only about Mykonos, Santorini and Paros and other jewels, full of history and wonderful landscapes and bays seem to be just underestimated. At least that's what happens in Italy, because on the island I found so many Americans, Germans and Frech people. Today's post about my Corfu Holiday is totally dedicated to nature and to the wonderful landscapes of the Corfu Island. With all the beautiful trip blogs out there, I just want to show you some wonderful/fabulous/heavenly spots that just took my breath away during those days. I still feel so nostalgic, a sensation I feel everytime I leave Greece. It's nature and the Ionian sea is breathtaking. We rented an apartment in Paleokastritsa, one of the most beautiful bays of Corfu. The sea is crystal clear, turning from blue to emerald. There are rocky bays and if you are planning to go with toddlers just take a memorable bath in its cold crystal water and leave for more family friendly beaches like Agios Gordios or Glyfada. Anyway, I chose it on purpose, because swimming in its water is a wonderful experience. Here are some pictures of three bays of Paleokastristsa (it means the old castle, there are different castles on the island). Enjoy!
This is one of the three bays of Paleokastritsa, Ampelaki bay, well-known for its diving activity center.
The Alipa port