Corfu Interviews (5)
Greeka.com talked to Mrs Theodora Efthimiou, one of the two founders of Casa Parlante, a living history museum in Corfu Old Town that represents the daily life of a 19th century noble family.
The Folklore Museum of Arachavi, in northern Corfu, is a deep and profound look to the cultural and historical background of the island. This folklore museum was inaugurated in October of 2008 in an exhibition building of 1,000 sq. m.
Hilary Paipeti moved to Corfu many years ago and since then she enjoys every day on this lovely Greek island. In fact, she has integrated well in the local community and offers her services for the welfare of the island: working in tourism, writing books about Corfu and publishing a local magazine.
How would you like a museum of exotic shells in a traditional tourist village of a Greek island? Well, this is the Corfu Shell Museum that has been established since 1989 in the small village of Benitses, Corfu.
Till now Corfu was famous for its beautiful beaches, but over the last years visitors start to discover the amazing underwater regions around the island. Many diving clubs have opened and they organize excursions and courses.