It is one of the most visited places in Corfu, a white palace built in 1890 by the Empress Elizabeth of Austria.
Currently it houses a museum, with a small collection of paintings and personal objects linked to the palace itself.
In its stunning garden you can admire the statue of the dying Achilles, wanted by the empress.
This original museum has a rich collection of rare marine species as well as beautiful shells, collected by the owner during his dives.
Corfu's shell museum, in a large building on the main road to the north of the city, exposes a few thousand shells and other treasures from the depths of the sea, collected over the years by the owner in his dives all over the world.
Among these are corals, skeletons, fossils, sponges and ball fish.
In the center of the village were discovered the remains of a Roman villa and Roman baths, which can now be visited for free.