There are a lot of shops around, starting from coffee, drinks, icecream, restaurants, souvenir shops, like any town market. You can just lay down on the grass and have picnic or subath reading a book. Close by is the Casa Parlante museum that you can see the folklore history of Corfu. Also you can take the small tourist train from Liston that goes around the town center or catch the hop on hop off bus that also goes around the city and landmarks.
The Theotoky Estate Winery is family owned the estate has been passed down for generations! The current owner of the winery, Georges Theotoky, took over the estate during the 1960s when commercial wine-making was almost non-existent in Greece. It has some of the best tasting wine and I can't wait to go again
Has anyone visited the olive museum in Corfu? A buddy of mine told me about it...I had no idea olives were such a big deal LOL. Here's a pic he took of a some super lush olive tree branches he took. I'm adding it to my list, anyone else?