Holidays in
Kassiopi

A charming Corfu village

Kassiopi has had something of a fabulous past – it is said that Antony and Cleopatra lodged here before the battle of Actium and Emperor Nero visited the village’s Temple of Zeus. Your Kassiopi holidays will be less historic, but still one for the books. In this resort in northeast Corfu, you’ll find five beautiful beaches to explore, a traditional fishing village, interesting archaeological sites and much more. Village life is based around the central square, where you’ll find restaurants and cocktail bars.

Kassiopi is set behind rolling green hills and surrounds a turquoise bay where fishing boats and yachts dot the water. You can rent boats for day trips around Corfu, or stay in Kassiopi and just relax on the beach. In the evening, night owls will enjoy the surprisingly lively bars and pubs. Wherever you go, you’ll have a great time on holidays to Kassiopi. After all, if it’s good enough for Cleopatra…

Your Kassiopi questions, answered

You’ll find plenty of Greek tavernas serving local Corfiot dishes, including delicious fresh seafood. There are also many international restaurants, which offer everything from Chinese to Mexican cuisine.

There are several local souvenir shops in and around Kassiopi. While you’ll find modern gifts, it’s worth checking out the pretty handmade traditional lace.

Kassiopi has enough to keep everyone entertained – there are interesting beaches and quiet spots for families to explore, and a good nightlife scene for those after something livelier.

Best things to do in Kassiopi

Take a harbour stroll

Kassiopi’s harbour is overlooked by an impressive Byzantine fortress. Take a walk there around sunset, ice cream in hand, to enjoy the scenery at its best.

Go beach-hopping

There are five great beaches in Kassiopi, all of different sizes. Bataria is the most popular one, as it’s a 10-minute walk from the centre of the village.

See some history

Visit the ruins of Kassiopi Castle – the views from the top ramparts of the coastline are sensational. The castle’s foundations were Roman, then it was built up by the Byzantines.