The island of Corfu was our next stop. We took a tour of the Paleokastritsa Caves by boat and had a panoramic view stop at the top of Corfu’s peak to see the harbor below. I loved Paleokastritsa, because of its stunning green water. The reason the water is so green is that the sand is white and the depth of the water is 80 feet or more even close to shore. The landline is dotted with caves that small boats can navigate (we were in a larger one, so we did not get that good a view of it, nevertheless, we really did enjoy the beauty of this tour). Our guide threw a loaf of bread into the water and the fish came to the surface to eat the bread. I did manage to get a few good shots of the fish. Corfu is probably my favorite stop of the Greek islands that we visited.
The one downside to Crete was the fact that there was a garbage strike, so dumpsters were overflowing littering the streets a bit.
Pictured: Best of Corfu, Paleokastritsa Caves, Fish, also of interest here is where they filmed the clashing rocks in “Jason and the Argonauts”
Next stop Crete, Greece