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Ruins of an old fort. No entrance fees; no information provided on site. Some nice views of the surrounding area from inside the fort.
There is an old olive tree by the entrance that was planted when the fort was built 800 years ago.
If you are in the area, it is worth a small de-tour to visit. The castle is a ruin, and there is almost no information - so do your own research or buy a good guide book. The Corfu government has spent money installing lights,...More
we went specifically there to visit but the castle was closed. Pity! No info regarding the closure and even the taverna next to the castle where we stopped by before starting the visit in order to have infos on the castle and buy some refreshments...More
Stopped here on a cycling excursion from Messongi to Lake Korrision. The outer walls are quite well preserved and it was possible to use a bit of imagination to think of how it may have looked many centuries ago. The entrance was cool and shady...More
This Byzantine 13th century castle is only likely to be encountered by the deliberate visitor and those on the way to Lake Korrission (the spellings vary). It is situated right on the road so cannot be missed. Some guidebooks say that it cannot be entered...More
If you are looking for a quick walk inside ruins of the ancient castle - go for it. It will take about 10-15 minutes. Having good imagination you can try to recreate how the building used to look alike.
Unfortunately there is no explanation or...More
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To be honest, I am not sure exactly how to reach it either. I was on an escorted tour out of Corfu Town at the time; it was included in the Governor Mill Olive Tour due to the ancient olive tree at the main... More
To be honest, I am not sure exactly how to reach it either. I was on an escorted tour out of Corfu Town at the time; it was included in the Governor Mill Olive Tour due to the ancient olive tree at the main entrance to the castle. I do remember it being south of Agios Matheos.
Google Maps may be of help; anyone in Ag. Matheos should also be able to point the way.
Sorry I could not be of more help.