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Mount Pantokrator

Greece
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Private Custom Tour: Corfu in a Day
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

You have to go to the top for the views! Just incredible! It's a bit windy at the top so remember a jumper or scarf.

Thank Harriet L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

From this, the highest spot on Corfu you can actually see Italy they say, 135 km away! It's a determined driver to get to the top of the mountain but stick with it, you won't be disappointed. Yes, as many others have rightly said you...More

3  Thank Richard H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The way up to the mountain is so exciting. This place is special, the view is very nice. There is a small monastery on top.

Thank BBHostel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we took a car up in the early morning, stopping on the way in a charming cafe for a capuccino. The tiny church at the top was truly lovely and the views over Albania were stunning. Only problem,an enormous telephone mast has been erected right...More

1  Thank Caroline T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great Views but the top is spoiled by the many telephone masts that have been built. Being the highest point on the island you can understand why but it does spoil it a bit

Thank riverlife
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Scary drive up but worth it. Superb views and photo opps. Worth a visit definitely. Little cafe at the top serves a few bits and pieces, ice creams etc

Thank stomp2905
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A great destination for Island views, mainland Greece and Albanian coast. Car parking at the top of the mountain gives the views and a restuarant and monastery to visit. As has been said by others modern tech has interferred with the view south but a...More

Thank Graeme M
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Exciting drive up the mountain roads. Great views of Corfu. We went early evening so it was quiet. Nice monastery as well.

Thank Cheungster
Reviewed 11 June 2017

We hiked from Old Perithia to Pantokrator and back. It was a 2 hour walk up and 1,5 hour down. The trail is a bit difficult to find, but ask for help in the village - once you have found it it is easy to...More

1  Thank LVOG
Reviewed 8 June 2017

The drive up to Mount Pantokrator is like many mountain drives. It is filled with switchbacks, wildflowers and fabulous views. It is a sacred place as can be felt both inside the church and in the churchyard. If you meditate, this is a perfect spot....More

Thank bruna o
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TravelRocksBigTime
11 September 2016|
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Response from Gleaveym | Reviewed this property |
Yes the main car route up the mountain continues to the north of the island but you won't get to the top of the mountain just in the car. I didn't hire a car so couldn't comment on the route on the north side of the mountain... More
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ExeterBertie
24 August 2016|
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Response from Gleaveym | Reviewed this property |
If you want to walk the whole way, it's probably best to go from Barbati. Make sure you take a map with you because some of the paths are pretty well hidden. It took me 5 hours in total, starting and ending at ipsos beach.
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