Corfu Walking - Explore Real Corfu


Walking tours crafted for travelers who love exploring, enjoy walking, and adore experiencing the local way. Visit the secret spots of Corfu away from the hustle and bustle, walking through ancient paths and picturesque cobblestone alleys. Marvel at the famous olive groves, taste amazing local wines, explore whitewashed villages and castles, and take in the amazing scenery in a responsible and eco friendly way.

This is an ideal opportunity for you enjoy the company of experienced, friendly Local Guides. We offer group and private walking and trekking tours. Walking tours are organized by CorfuTravel Agent and Corfu Local Walkers Club all year round.

To join one of our tours simply contact us with the dates that you would like.

Old Peritheia explore

This historic 'Heritage Protected' village is in 'A Designated Area of Natural Beauty', situated on the attractive north east corner of the island, and just below Mount Pantokrator (The Almighty). 
It is the oldest example of the original mountain villages of Corfu. Records date back to the mid 14th century, although it is considered to have been inhabited many centuries before. Around 130 houses were built, entirely by hand, some of which have now fallen into ruins, many of which are now under restoration.

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Pantokrator mountain


Rating: Moderate



Mount Pantokrator (sometimes Pantocrator, Pantōkrator, Παντοκράτωρ in Greek) is a mountain located in north-eastern Corfu. At 906 metres (2,972 ft), it is the highest mountain on the island. At the summit, the whole of Corfu can be seen, as well as Albania which lies a short distance from the island. On particularly clear days it is also possible to see Italy despite it being around 130 km (81 mi) away. At the top there is a café for tourists, a telecommunications station, whose largest tower stands directly over a well and a monastery. 

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Stavros village and mountain

 Duration: 
 3 hrs

Rating: Moderate




You will experience traditional small mountain Greek village, prepared walking paths in amongst cypress trees with a mixture of Greek and Italian buildings.
As you approach the start and end point of this mountain walk you may notice the Italian influence on the architecture of this quiet mountain village. 
This wonderful walk takes you on a circuit of the high ridge of Stavros. 

Paleokastritsa panoramic views

 Duration: 
  2.30 - 3hrs

Rating: Moderate


This a mountain walk takes you on a circuit of the high ridge of Paleokastritsa.


Paleokastritsa has long been considered one of the most beautiful villages in Corfu and is a renowned Greek beauty spot, it is hilly and nestles beneath the folds of steep verdant slopes of olive groves and citrus orchards.

You may notice the mountain Greek Village have influence from Greece mainland.

Walking through the traditional road village you can see houses of the 18th and 19th centuries, that they surely have some kind of charm.

Νorth-Εastern Corfu - Sinies

Duration: 
2hrs

Rating: Moderate



The north-eastern region of Corfu, an island noted for the outstanding beauty and variety of its scenery, is set apart by the harmony of its landscape, a perfect marriage of mountain and sea, forest and olive grove. 
It is thought by many to be one of the most beautiful coastlines in the Mediterranean, and is already home to some of the most desirable properties in Greece. No wonder, then, that it is now one of the most sought-after areas.

Olive Groves and historical Aqueduct

Duration: 
  2 hr

Rating: Moderate
 

This wonderful walk takes you on a circuit of the low ridge of Stavros ( Central Corfu ). 
We walk through dense forest of olive, pine, oak and myrtle treesalong a natural water spring and we reach the Aqueduct of Benitses by a mountain footpath.