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Nissaki Travel Guide

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The Parthenon © Nathan Hughes Hamilton

Nissaki is a small village on the northeast coast of Corfu. Situated among the pretty coves beneath Mount Pantokrator, the quiet resort is ideal for family holidays or couples seeking an escape. Swimming and snorkelling are popular activities in Nissaki's clear water.

Nissaki has a couple of gift shops and supermarkets. Visitors will find a wider choice of shopping at the nearby resorts of Kassiopi or Ipsos, which are only a short bus trip away.

Nissaki has a handful of great family-run restaurants, which serve tasty local dishes. Visitors can expect good service and a warm welcome.

There are a few tavernas within the village. Visitors who want a livelier evening can head to the larger resorts of Ipsos or Kassiopi, which are a few miles away.

Beach lovers will find various watersports, such as water skiing, wakeboarding, and parasailing. Boats are also available for hire, meaning visitors can explore the many bays between Kassiopi and Nissaki in their own time. The snorkelling is glorious.

Otherwise, visitors can enjoy marvellous walks in the hills above Nissaki. The experience includes deserted villages, and views that extend right across to Albania.


Travellers who want a livelier nightlife may prefer one of the larger resorts in Corfu.

Nissaki Travel Guide

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The Parthenon © Nathan Hughes Hamilton

Nissaki is a small village on the northeast coast of Corfu. Situated among the pretty coves beneath Mount Pantokrator, the quiet resort is ideal for family holidays or couples seeking an escape. Swimming and snorkelling are popular activities in Nissaki's clear water.

Nissaki has a couple of gift shops and supermarkets. Visitors will find a wider choice of shopping at the nearby resorts of Kassiopi or Ipsos, which are only a short bus trip away.

Nissaki has a handful of great family-run restaurants, which serve tasty local dishes. Visitors can expect good service and a warm welcome.

There are a few tavernas within the village. Visitors who want a livelier evening can head to the larger resorts of Ipsos or Kassiopi, which are a few miles away.

Beach lovers will find various watersports, such as water skiing, wakeboarding, and parasailing. Boats are also available for hire, meaning visitors can explore the many bays between Kassiopi and Nissaki in their own time. The snorkelling is glorious.

Otherwise, visitors can enjoy marvellous walks in the hills above Nissaki. The experience includes deserted villages, and views that extend right across to Albania.


Travellers who want a livelier nightlife may prefer one of the larger resorts in Corfu.