MONI PANÀGIA AKROUDÍLA...
...is a monastery built in the 18th century - sanctified to the holy maiden of Akroudíla - is derelicted long ago. The baroque bell tower and the altar are still remaining. It's a very quite place that is not visited by many tourists.
As the monastery is located at the steep coast you'll have a great view to the isle of Paxós.
If you like shwimming or snorkeling in the sea but don't like the crowded beaches, then you should try "Akroudíla Beach" at the south end of Corfu (N 39 21.842 E 20 06.431).
HOW TO GET THERE
Start at the south end of Kavós and follow the sign post to "Moni Panágia Akroudíla" through an olive grove. Pass the junction to the beach at N39 22.249 E20 06.557 and go to N39 22.010 E20 06.733 where you can park your car. From here the way leeds you through a wood of cypresses, oaks and ash trees to the monastery.
...is hidden in the wall of the gate, bahind a rock. It's a small plastic box that contains a logbook, pencil and some small trading items.
If you can't find the cache there, please try at N39 21.857 E20 06.441 under some rocks. Thanks Mattho for update.
More caches on Corfu
Megáli Grava (visit link), Moni Panagia Akroudíla (visit link), Palió Siniés (visit link), The King of Corfu (visit link)
Small note on cache maintenance: Witje, who has a home on Corfu, has graciously offered to assist with cache maintenance. Thanks!