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Museums & Ancient sites

Folklore Museum of Acharavi: The Folklore Museum of Acharavi was inaugurated in October 2008 in a building of more than 1,000 square metres. The owner and visionary creator, Mr Spyros Vlachos, has been collecting, maintaining and promoting with endless care, joy and attention local folk objects of particular historical interest for the last 25 years. The permanent exhibition of the museum is located in two rooms. The objects, which have been mainly donated, are organized in zones concerning the main local activities. MORE

Kassiopi Castle: Kassiopi Castle  is a castle on the northeastern coast of Corfu overseeing the fishing village of Kassiopi. It was one of three Byzantine-period castles that defended the island before the Venetian era (1386–1797). The castles formed a defensive triangle, with Gardiki guarding the island's south, Kassiopi the northeast and Angelokastro the northwest.Its position at the northeastern coast of Corfu overseeing the Corfu Channel that separates the island from the mainland gave the castle an important vantage point and an elevated strategic significance. MORE

The Roman Baths of Acharavi: The Roman Baths of Acharavi were discovered just in 1985, during the excavations for the construction of residences. They are situated in the position of Skales of Acharavi, just across the Folklore Museum and today it is possible to visit the archaeological site which belongs to the archaeological service. Archaeologists suspect that the Roman Baths of Acharavi belonged to a villa of that time which has not been found, except its part with the baths. MORE

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