Kouloura is a picturesque, idyllic port next to Kalami Bay. It seems almost untouched by the time that has gone by. In Kouloura there is a magnifiscent estate 900 hundred years old, which used to belong to the local aristocratic family Giannata. Today it is owned by the Anieli family. Next to the estate there is the medieval Greek Orthodox chappel which has also survived through the centuries . You may as well enjoy a peaceful, relaxing meal at Kouloura's tavern. "Kouloura" means ring and this is exactly the characteristic shape of the small port, which used to offer safety to the local boats and ships. Once from Kouloura it was starting the trip to Corfu Town by boat, which was the only accessable way to the capitol city of the island for the locals. Kouloura used to be and still is a starting point for many fishing boats. Italians used the small port during the second World War which used to be very near to "Porto Enda", so called Saint Saranda port in Albania today.