Neochori (Greek, Modern: Νεοχώρι, Katharevousa: -ον meaning new town) is a village in the southeastern part of the island of Corfu. It is located in the municipal unit of Lefkimmi. Its 2001 population was 224 for the village and 1,636 for the municipal district. Neochori is located east-southeast of the city of Corfu. Several hills dominate the area.
Neochori, pop. 224
Dragotina, pop. 266
Kritika, pop. 427, founded in the 16th century by refugees from Crete who escaped Ottoman invasion
After World War II and the Greek Civil War, much of its buildings were rebuilt. The population consisted as a single village that included several nearby settlements including all of them composing the community and the current municipal district. The four settlements opened their own offices and Neochori remained a village, its population was lost to several settlements added, its population slightly lost between 1991 and 2001. Recently, Neochori was struck by a nearby earthquake epicentered in the vicinity of Lefkimmi on June 29, 2007, it measured at 5.9 on the Richter scale at 1 a.m. during the late night hours and it caused minor damages.