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22 Jan 2018
“Unopen attraction”
22 Oct 2017
“Its old with not much remaining”
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Reviewed 23 January 2018

Unfortunately this historical attraction was fenced off (October 2017) and could only be viewed from the road. This early Christian basilica lies opposite the Mon Repos palace (birthplace of Prince Philip) and was built sometime before 450AD. Unfortunately it has been destroyed many times over...More

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Darrell T
Reviewed 22 October 2017

The site is interesting but given its age not much remains .However to visit the original city of Corfu is always worthwhile Easily reached by bus .

Date of experience: October 2017
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Reviewed 17 September 2017

Nice ruins but not always opened. Next to Mon Repos and on the way to Kanoni. You can go by bus to Kanoni, go back (downhill) by foot and stop at the site.

Date of experience: May 2017
1  Thank KarinAndFilip
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Very interesting site of this old christian basilica along the street, that you can visit just outdoors the fence, since the site is closed to the public. I would enjoyed a complete visit.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank paolomaier
Reviewed 17 July 2017

This archaeological site is very easy to get to, as it is right across the road from the Mon Repos Palace. Unfortunately there is very little to see, apart from the forgotten ruins of a Roman Basilica and a few other columns and rocks lying...More

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 8 June 2017

We took a nice walk along the seaside from the old town (about 3 km) to see the sites, including the Artemis Temple a bit further down the road. UNfortunately, due to lack of finance, all is closed. There are footpaths for walkby, but at...More

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Gertien S
Reviewed 29 October 2016

We got a look at this site when our tour bus parked nearby so we could walk to the Mon Repo house where Prince Philip was born. This archaeological site was split into two by the main road. The ruins of a small church on...More

Date of experience: September 2016
2  Thank retireeVancouver
Reviewed 2 June 2016

This is an archeological site which, like many sites in Greece, is waiting on funding to continue the investigation. The Roman remains located on the eastern side of the street include the remnants of a bath. The church on the western side of the street...More

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank DrWJW
Reviewed 31 January 2016

This site is fascinating, it is on the main road opposite the gates of Mon Repos which you should visit. There is an excellent museum there and also some archaeological sites including a 6th Century BC Doric Temple. Well worth a visit. The gardens are...More

Date of experience: June 2015
1  Thank BeethovenCorfu
Reviewed 17 November 2015

We found this place by chance when getting off the No 2 bus at Mon Repos. Situated on 2 sides of the road. On the left is the Roman ruins and on the right is the is the site of the market as it evolved...More

Date of experience: August 2015
2  Thank Kerry R
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