Angelokastro is situated on the highest peak of the northwest coast of the island and is a Byzantine castle built during the 13th century and served as a defense fortress against pirate attacks. 

Angelokastro, meaning Castle of Angels, got its name from the myth of the angel that saved its construction. The castle is an awe-inspiring structure, commanding a breathtaking view across the Ionian Sea and the surrounding coves and beaches. 

Although now in ruins, the castle still attracts visitors who are fascinated by its mysterious history, stunning natural beauty, and panoramic views. 

Visitors can explore the fortifications, admire the stunning views, and relax in the peaceful and serene environment.