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Benítses - Corfù


Benítses long had the kind of reputation that Kavos holds now, a party town for young Europeans. However, the resort has worked hard on changing its image.
Find the village square opposite the attractive old harbour with its fishing boats, then follow the sign for “Old Benítses”. Soon you will be walking along a winding street past dazzlingly white two-floor houses, Venetian buildings and bright bougainvillaea. There are beautiful paths up the street slopes of the hills behind the village, passing pictoresque chapels and running streams.
South of the old village is the newer, less attractive resort area with a poor, shingly beach alongside the main road. Just north of the village square are the small, overgrown ruins of the Roman Baths, though you can make out some appealing floor mosaics. The Corfu Shell Museum, in a large building on the main road at the noth end of the town, displays a few thousand shells and other deep-sea treasures collected on the owner’s diving trips around the world, such as corals, skeletons, fossils, sponges and stuffed fish.

Open (museum): daily 10-8.

Entrance costs 4 euro.

Blue bus 6 from Corfu Town

Da vedere nella parte sud di Corfù:

- Achilleion

- Benítses

- Límni Koríssion