Monte Pantokrator

Monte Pantokrator

Mount Pantokrator is the highest peak of Corfu mountains at 900 meters and is characterized by lush pinewoods and green meadows. Travelers can reach its summit on a pleasant excursion going through Spartilas and Strynilas villages: they may either rent a car or walk across valleys and hills, if they like doing sport. At the top, besides enjoying a wonderful view that stretches to Albanian coasts, it is possible to visit the Monastery of Pantokrator. The monastery, a pilgrimage destination in August, is a Medieval building deeply altered during the 17th century.

Scenic view from Mount Pantokrator

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