Women should dress modestly when visiting any monasteries. Shoulders need to be covered and you should wear something a bit longer that covers your upper thighs. Other than that, just be respectful of those around you!
I should add that for women, pants aren't really allowed. I was wearing slacks and a short sleeve shirt at one place, and I was given a scarf at the door to tie around my waist to make it look like I was wearing a skirt. One would think that pants would be considered "modest", but that wasn't good enough. Someone else in my group was wearing a sundress and she was given the scarf to tie around her shoulders. Someone else was wearing a to-the-knee dress with short sleeves, and that was considered to be a good enough outfit. I would honestly bring along scarf with you no matter what you are wearing, just in case.
I would love to visit Corfu one day and learn about what regional dishes they offer. I know that I want to travel all over Greece, and try the classics like Gyro, moussaka and all of that good stuff. But I know that there's so much more to learn about and try, especially in Corfu, I’ve even heard of a regional type of pastitsio that they have. Does it look and taste like this one?
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?
Hey hey everyone! I’m trying to find some insta-worthy blue waters in Corfu. What are some of the top beaches you’ve been to in Corfu and where would you go again? This is the type of beach i’m looking for