Paleo Inn

The rose-painted Paleo Inn provides guests with beautiful views over Paleokastritsa Bay, its harbour and the Ionian Sea. As a result, the hotel’s communal balcony is a great spot to sit in the sun and watch the boats come and go.

Outside, a kidney-shaped pool is surrounded by a sun terrace and loungers. The whole area is also incredibly picturesque, with a garden full of lemon trees adding wonderful aromas as you stroll around the grounds.

In the morning, the restaurant serves continental and English breakfasts. Snacks are also served throughout the day to keep everyone happy.

Overview of Paleokastritsa

Paleokastritsa spans most of Corfu’s cliff-faced north-west coastline. If you’re looking for a holiday to Corfu where you can spend your days relaxing on the beaches, then Paleokastritsa is one of the best. There are six to choose between and each has a unique character.

The resort’s overlooked by a monastery. Should you take a trip, you’ll be greeted by some of the finest views on the island. It’s particularly popular at sunset as it feels like the sun’s below your feet!

During your stay in Paleokastritsa, you’ll also have great bus links to the island’s capital of Corfu Town and other resorts.

Things to do in Paleokastritsa

The Paleo Inn is located on the main road into Paleokastritsa, so it’s easy to get out and explore.

A 15-minute stroll will take you to Paleokastritsa’s harbour area. You can spend a leisurely afternoon watching the world go by, but the best time to come is in the evening, when the waterside restaurants and tavernas are in full swing.

For something livelier, the resort’s main beach is around a 20-minute walk away. Down here, you’ll be greeted by plenty of loungers and parasols. Plus, the crystal-clear waters are perfect for snorkelling.

With a choice of six beaches to suit every mood, the charming village of Paleokastritsa offers so much. A stay will leave you feeling relaxed, recharged and with a big smile on your face!

Resort Summary

Paleokastritsa is a charming village which skirts the rocky coast of Corfu. Situated northwest of the island – which incidentally gives it a marvellous sunset – visitors to Paleokastritsa are able to sample a number of beaches, which each specialise in either parties, relaxation, watersports or great food.

The scenic village of Paleokastritsa is nestled in gorgeous surroundings of olive groves and cliff faces. With a nearby monastery and great bus connections to the island’s capital, as well as a number of other great resorts, visitors to this remarkable location are able to spend their holiday however they like, with all sorts of activities to choose from.