Corfù, Greece

Our last day in Greece was on Friday. We decided to spend the whole day swimming at Palaiokastritsa beach.

This is the road that leads you to the Palaiokastritsa beach.
Palaiokastritsa is located in the north Ionian sea at the northwestern edge of Greece. The cool crystal waters are ideal for swimming and water sports. On most of the beaches, there are taxi boats, sun beds, umbrellas, motorboats, and canoes for rent. We went on a motorboat ride.
The boats take you through small coves as you enjoy the views of turquoise waters and the caves.
Had a wonderful time. This is one of the nicest beaches and definitely one of my favorite places in Greece.
Spent a few hours here swimming in the crystal clear water.
The rocks overlooking the bay were tricky to climb but simply divine.
The Greek islands are very special and I have lovely memories.
Before heading back to the cruise ship, I picked up this greek candy as a souvenir. I had eaten all of it before getting off the boat at our last port in Montenegro. The name “Mantolato“ comes from the Italian word mandorla (that means almond) and besides almonds it contains a lot of honey, a little sugar and egg whites’ meringue.