Loutses is a traditional village situated to the north of the island, sitting 300 metres above sea level on the eastern side of Mount Pantokrator. It boasts with spectacular views of Mount Pantokrator to the south, Albania to the east and the Ionian Sea to the north. The name Loutses is derived from Albanian roots meaning place with hole in the ground full of water. The large caves of Loutses offer a unique chance to experience the wild beauty of Corfu.
The delightful harbour town of Kassiopi lies within a 10 minute coast road drive and is the perfect place to watch greek life unfolding, while sipping coffee in the morning or a cold beer at sunset.
Just 5 minutes away is the world heritage site of Old Perithia with its fascinating ‘ghost village’ and splendid tavernas. A hot spot for food lovers and an ideal starting point for some fantastic walks.
Taverns, Supermarket, Butchers Shop
Hiking, Biking, Walking, Watersports at Kalamaki or Kassiopi beaches
Old Perithia (world heritage site)
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