Nissaki holidays 2021
Set on the side of Corfu’s highest peak, Mount Pantokrator, Nissaki is a great place to chill out and relax, whether up in the hills,on the beach or by the pool of an all inclusive hotel. Despite the little village only having a population of around 400 people, it’s big on hospitality, so you can be sure that your 2021 holiday to Nissaki will deliver. Meaning ‘little island’ in Greek, Nissaki is a beautiful, secluded resort in north-eastern Corfu, found off the stunning Greek coast. Resting around a trio of coves, with sweeping views out to Albania, the tiny island paradise is also a fishing village, so you can expect fresh catches of the day. The village enjoys year-round mild temperatures, perfect for both beach-goers and those who want to explore the nearby peaks on foot.
The gorgeous sandy beaches and relaxed surroundings of Nissaki make it fantastic place for families plenty of space for children to play and explore, or for those who just want to get away from it all. Plus its old world charm and clutch of friendly tavernas offer the quintessential Greek experience.
Why book Nissaki holidays
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The stunning white pebbled Nissaki Beach is nice and spacious, so relaxing is definitely on the cards!
Perfect for watersports
Learn to scuba dive at Nissaki Beach or get your snorkel on as you explore the nearby coves
Mount Pandokator is home to a range of lush trails, walk the Corfu Trail to see the stunning views for yourself
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Your guide to Nissaki holidays
From walks in the mountains, passing through sleepy hamlets to high-energy activities, Nissaki has lots to see and do. Namely, are the two sets of caves just outside the village. To the north of Nissaki is the Kaminaki Cave which is formed of seven spectacular levels. Between the village of Barbati and on the slopes of the Pantokrator Mountain is the Katsouris Cave, which is said to have harboured pirates.
Also in the area is the unique and very photogenic Glyfa Bridge. Built in the 18th century, the bridge straddles between Barbati and Nissaki on a leafy glade. Nearby, in the hills of Mount Pantokrator there are several traditional villages around Nissaki. One of these is the deserted traditional village of Old Sinies, which is well worth a visit. Fancy a day at sea? Take a boat trip to the popular destination is Agni, where there’s a charming, pebble beach backed by a trio of family-run tavernas.
At first glance, you’d think that Nissaki Bay was a no go area due to the rocks, however you’d be mistaken. The sandy shore is surrounded by rock formations and is ideally located between the villages Barbati and Kassiopi. Protected from the strong winds, the water gradually gets deeper and is a great place for families as the soft rocks on either side are safe for children to play within.
Nissaki is one of the most magnificent beaches in Corfu. The horseshoe beach is decorated with white pebbles and plenty of parasols and sun loungers to rent. With crystal clear water, you can see the beautiful underwater landscape and rich marine life of the Ionian Sea. If you get peckish, tavernas serving fresh seafood and local delicacies also surround the beach. Further along the coast are the blue flag beaches of Kaminaki and Krouzeri. If you want a laidback beach then the Caribbean-like waters and pebble beach of Kaminaki are extremely quiet. Whilst neighbouring Krouzeri has a picturesque bay and spectacular views.
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Prices last checked at 08:17 27 January 2021