A once quiet fishing village, Kassiopi has turned into a vibrant tourist destination, still preserving its traditions and culture.
Located in the north part of Corfu, it is famous for its stunning beaches, lush pine forests, olive groves and for the imposing Mount Pantokrator serving as the backdrop of a natural landscape deeply rich in diversity.
This popular seaside resort is swarming with traditional Greek taverns, lively bars and nightclubs as well as a complete range of other amenities such as shops and supermarkets.
The closest beach is only 150m away, but a short drive will also take you to a number of almost unspoilt Blue Flag bays such as Avlaki, particularly suitable for families with small children.
To fully take advantage of all the beauties the Corfu coastline has to offer, we suggest hiring a boat (Agios Stephanos, Avlaki or Kalami) to explore the hidden treasures along the coast.
Corfu town (37 km) seems like a fresco painting that has come to life. The Liston’s elegant arcades hang over the marble paved square where the locals gather for a cup of coffee or a drink. The old part, with its special design and quiet, narrow roads is the biggest preserved medieval town in Greece.
Boasting an abundance of natural beauty, stunning beaches, candlelit restaurants, romantic bars, a vivid nightlife and vast options for entertainment, covering all tastes and styles, Corfu is probably the most famous Greek island attracting thousands of visitors every year.