Widely-considered one of the most important sites in Corfu, there is so much to see and explore at this palace. Having been built in 1826, by the British Commissioner Frederic Adams, it was later the place where Prince Phillip was born. As the name of this palace indicates, it was a place for rest for the Royal family in the past. Nowadays, Mon Repos Palace houses a museum, with a permanent display, while the gardens surrounding the palace boast various flowers and trees. There really is no better place to admire the spectacular views to the Old Fortress of Corfu and the crystalline waters of the Ionian Sea.
St. Spyridon Church