The historical name of the part of the partridge is Arpica. This name on delivery, took from a Arabian (Arabia) that had gone to the area to outrage the Christians. It was renamed Perdika in 1927. For this name, two versions are mentioned because the settlement from above had the flying Perdika flying shape, and the other because the surrounding area ran abundant partridges. ” Suggested activities:
• Significant cultural events are organized every summer by the part of the partridge. In these contexts and in collaboration with local olive growers, and the oil and olive celebration, discussions, reports and kiosks set up for the celebration presents all olive products. The aim is to promote their production and improve the quality of their products. ” • Come live the carnival and the koules • Walk the path for Dyrookastro. Driving from Perdika to Sivota, follow the road to Karavostasi – turn left to Karavostasi, Arillas and then close to the sea level turn left to Karavostasi. Before you reach the beach, left on a bridge and straight as the end of the road, you get to another defined path that leads to the top of the Kastro Dymokastro. If you do not have a mood for hiking you can turn left and follow the road around the hill until you find another road on your right, leading up. In any case, you will be rewarded with the spectacular views of Paxos in Corfu and Antipaxos who are elaborately the Ionian Sea.
• Visit the surrounding areas (namely Margariti, Polyneri, Mazarakia, Plataria and Sivota).
• It is worthwhile to take a dip on the beaches of the area Mali, Karavostasi, Stavrimassis, Arillas, Sofas, Kamini, Agali, Agia Paraskevi and Mega Drafi.