Gloriously aromatic spice and condiment shop, run by an ever-so-enthusiastic Greek-Canadian-Lebanese woman with a palpable love for devising her own enticing mixes of Greek and imported spices.
An absolute treasure trove of the wonders of the East, this colourful cave sells everything from Afghan jewellery to Turkish rugs and Indian pashmina shawls, along with Greek dolls and gleaming glass lanterns.
Every nook and cranny of this cave-like shop is crammed with colourful gifts and souvenirs. Targetted largely, but not exclusively, at kids, it’s especially good for games, and paper kits and models.
While specialising in handcrafted contemporary jewellery, both elegant and playful, this eye-catching Old Town boutique also sells souvenir wooden ships as well as prints and postcards.
Irresistible old-fashioned patisserie that’s an Old Town landmark thanks to its 40 different flavours of ice cream, plus a mouthwatering array of homemade tarts, biscuits and honey.
True to its name, this tasteful hole-in-the-wall boutique sells stunning icons, handmade by an artists' co-op, as well as fine heraldic art and antiques.
This light, appealing Old Town gallery sells affordable pottery ranging from colourful homewares, ornaments and toys to striking wood-fired pieces made using the ancient terra sigillata technique. You can also visit…
This standout shoe store, on the narrow lane that holds Corfu Town’s heaviest (and tackiest) concentration of souvenir shops, sells well-priced handmade leather sandals in all styles and sizes, many with ergonomic b…
Selling elegant and light-as-a-feather women’s clothing, in pale shades of cotton and linen, the self-styled 'smallest clothes shop in Corfu' is so tiny that it simply shuts the door to turn it into a changing room.
Backstreet shop selling one-of-a-kind, mostly wooden ornaments and souvenirs, hand-crafted on the premises by the friendly owner. The star attractions are ships made of driftwood, fully rigged with cotton sails.