Things to do in Arillas

So, how do you get about in Arillas?

If you don't want to walk through our village or along the breath taking beach front or maybe the morning walk along the coastal path, there are other options that you might like to use.

You have the option of booking a car through us or you may like to take the bus, there is so much to see, you won't want to miss out.

Bus Time Table

A local bus timetable from Sidari to Agios Stefanos, Arillas, Agios Georgios and Back to Sidari.  Now you can explore the near-by resorts from Arillas with a frequent public transport.

EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAYS!

From Arillas to Sidari : 10:30 | 12:30 | 16:15 | 18:00
From Arillas to Agios Georgious : 10:00 | 12:00 | 15:45 | 17:30
The bus stop is a 5 min walk from the Tria Adelphia

Arillas 2017

Dr FEELGOOD in Arillas 2017
On the 15th July 2017 the World famous rhythm and Blues band Dr- Feelgood will be playing in Arillas, At the premises of Corfu Beer garden in the evening .Featuring a Rhythm & Blues Bands Festval. in aid of the "Smile Of a Child" children's charity.
The Antamoma Festival 1st and 2nd of July 2017
The Ascension festival in Arillas 2017
Corfu Beer Festival 2017
The Arillas Wine Festival in September 2017
Corfu Rock School July 4 - 11 2017

Like beer? Visit our brewery right here in Arillas

Explore more of Corfu

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Corfu Achillion Palace

Location: Gastouri   
The Achillion Palace is ideally located in the picturesque village of Gastouri. This magnificent Palace was built in 1890 exclusively for Elizabeth (Sissy), the former Empress of Austria. The palace used to serve as the summer retreat of the Empress. Unfortunately, Sissy the Empress passed away in a rather tragic manner when she was brutally assassinated in 1898 in Geneva and the palace was deserted till the year 1907 when it was bought by Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany. 
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The Old Fortress of Corfu Ionian

Location: Corfu Town   
The Old Fortress of Corfu is one of the most impressive fortification works in Europe. It is the first thing to see as the ferry approaches Corfu. It stands on the eastern side of the town, on a rocky peninsula that gets into the sea. This fortress is called Old in contrast to the New Fortress (of Saint Mark), that was also built to protect the town from enemies and pirates. 
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The Museum of Asian Art of Corfu

Location: Corfu Town
It is the only Asian museum of Greece and is housed in the Palace of Saint Michael and Saint Georges. It was founded in 1927 after that Gregory Manos, an ambassador, donated to the prefecture its private collection of 10, 500 objects of Sino Japanese origin. The museum was first a Chinese and Japanese Art Museum (until 1974) and became an Asian Art Museum later, when its collection was enriched with other private collection objects and items from Asia. 
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New Fortress

Location : Corfu Town
This fortress is also known as the New Fortress of Corfu, in constrast to the Old Fortress near Spianada square. It played an important role for the protection of the town against pirates and enemies in the Medieval times. The entire fortress is an intricate network of compartments and galleries. 
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Archaeological Museum

Location: Corfu Town
TEMPORARILY CLOSED The archaeological museum stands in Vraila Street, near the Garitsa coastal road and was built to house the Gorgon pediment from the temple of Artemis which was found in the area of Paleopolis. This pediment is dated back to 580 BC and is supposed to be the oldest one in Greece. In the archaeological museum of Corfu, visitors will also admire other founds from excavations from the archaeological sites of the island, from the ancient town of Cassiopeia and items from a private collection.
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Kanoni and Mouse Island

Location : Corfu Town
The region of Kanoni and the Mouse Island (Pontikonisi) is the most picturesque spot of Corfu Town. High up on a hill, there is a canon and from there people can see the Mouse Island and the little church of Panagia Vlaherna, linked with the mainland with a narrow pathway. 
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Saint Spyridon

Location: Corfu Town
The church of Saint Spyridon is located in the Old Town of Corfu, right behind Liston. It has the largest bell tower of all churches in the city and it is its red dome that visitors first see when they arrive by boat to Corfu. This saint is the protector of the island, as the myth says that he saved the town from a plague in the 17th century. 
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Paleokastritsa Monastery

Location: Paleokastritsa
Built in the 13th century on the hill of Paleokastritsa, the monastery houses a small museum with Byzantine and post Byzantine icons. The museum gives great views to the sea and it is open to visit. 
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Aqualand

Location : Near Corfu Town
This Aqualand is said to be the most amazing water park in Europe and the third largest in the world! It has many fun water games, including the Crazy River and the Black Hole. It is located in Agios Ioannis village, close to Corfu Town. 
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Kasiopi

Location: 35 km north of Corfu Town
Kassiopi is a small fishing village dominated by a Roman fortress. Along the port, there are some delicious fish taverns. Picturesque beaches surround Kassiopi and the region is popular with diving. 
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Tria Adelphia

Arillas, Corfu, 49081 P.C. Greece 

Tel. 0030 26630 51581

Email. info@tria-adelphia.com

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