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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of a self-catering apartment?

Many of our guests keep coming back because they say they feel like they are visiting their summer house. This is because our apartments are spacious with full cooking facilities, which means that if you have small children, constantly nagging for a snack or if you simply prefer to enjoy a quiet dinner at your private veranda, you are coming to the right place! Some of our regular visitors are also passionate fans of their home cuisine and want to be able to have their baked beans on toast while relaxing on their balcony. A self-catering apartment offers independence and a home atmosphere. If cooking on holiday is not for you, you can visit the pool snack bar throughout the day and evening. All tastes are catered for and that’s guaranteed!

How do I get to Spiti Prifti from the airport?

The easiest way is to get a taxi which you will find outside the airport entrance as soon as you arrive. You will easily recognize them (blue colors). They normally cue outside the airport 24 hours a day. It will take you approximately 15 minutes by car from the Aiport to Spiti Prifti. The driver will be familiar with the name of our property and will safely drive you there. The taxi fair will cost you 25 euros (the taxi can take up to 4 people).

How far is the nearest beach?

Spiti Prifti is a 10 minute walk from Gouvia beach and a 20 minute walk from the blue flagged Kontokali beach. Both of them offer facilities such as sun beds, umbrellas and water sports

Where can I exchange money?

Banks exchange all major currencies in cash, travellers cheques or Eurocheques; For your
convenience, you can also exchange money at Spiti Prifti with the regular bank commission fee.

Is there local transport tο Corfu town and popular sights?

Yes!
A bus stop is located next to the resort’s entrance. From that point you can go to popular destinations such as Corfu town and Dasia. For other destinations you can ask for specific information at the reception.

Bus destinations and schedules

No. 7

Kontokali – GOUVIA – DASSIA

Daily & Saturday

07.00-09.00 every half hour.
09.00-14.00 every 20 mins.
14.00-22.30 every half hour.

Sundays

07.00-22.00 every half hour
return+30 mins.

Are there any museums and art galleries to visit?

Yes!
Here is a list of the most well-known and popular museums and art galleries in Corfu:

– Achilleon Palace (26610 56245)-
This magnificent building is near the beautiful village of Gastouri. It was built between the years 1890 and 1892 by the Empress Elizabeth of Austria (known as Sissy).

– Archaeological Museum (26610 30680) –
In the Garitsa quarter, this museum displays some of the archaeological finds unearthed on the island.

– Byzantine Museum (26610 38313) –
The Byzantine Museum of Corfu is one of the most significant in Greece. It is housed in the Church of The Blessed Virgin Antivouniotissa which is situated in Corfu Town. Here are exhibited early Christian sculptures, parts of Byzantine frescoes from the 11th, 13th and 18th centuries and a collection of icons from the 16th to 18th centuries.

– Corfu Museum of Asian Art (26610 30433)-
This museum, unique in Greece, is housed in the Palace of St. Michael and St. George.
It contains a collection of thousands of pieces dating from the Neolithic Age to the 19th century.

– The Folkloric Museum of Central Corfu (26610 54962)-
The museum was established by the Historical and Folkloric Society of Corfu in 1982. It is housed in a traditional building in the village of Sinarades, 12 km west of Corfu town.