Photographer's Note

I have beautiful sunny weather almost all the time, but in the last two days the weather changed. On Friday evening I went for a walk to Canal d'Amour then began to rain and I came back quite wet. On my last day in Korfu it rained and the wind was strong but it didn't prevent me from exploring the area. I put on the raincoat and went to see Cape Drastis (about 6 km). Near the sea it was difficult to go because the ground there was mud and very slippery. But when I came to Cape Drastis I was rewarded with the sun. And the colours of angry sea were stunning.

If you are a fan of unique natural landscapes and tranquillity, go up to the northernmost point of the island, which is none other than the Cape Drastis, located after the village of Peroulades and within a 38 km distance from the centre of Corfu town. There, you will see an image that looks unreal with the impressive formations of the ground (very reminiscent of those at Canal d' Amour) and the blue waters, which pique the interest from the very first moment. Nestled in a lush green landscape, the cape is an ideal choice for those who want to enjoy summer diving like... castaways! (Source:

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This slightly different view is also beautiful

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Additional Photos by Malgorzata Kopczynska (emka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10378 W: 146 N: 25981] (125665)
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