Kassiopi Village

Kassiopi is one of the most beautiful and well known resorts in Corfu, where visitors return year after year. A place that combines mountain with sea, green with blue, new with old, tranquillity with liveliness, the locals that make you feel welcome and important to them, it fulfils the needs of all ages with many choices for day or night. Kassiopi is situated on the north east coast of Corfu at 36 kilometres from Corfu Town and is surrounded by lush green slopes of olive trees and charming little bays.
Kassiopi harbour with its little square is today the focal point of the town's social life by day and a pretty trendy place by night on the contrary has plenty of quieter calmer bars and restaurants, the latter a mix of tourist and traditional, with particularly good fresh fish thanks to local fishermen. There are numerous restaurants serving traditional dishes .


It’s easy to walk to longer beaches and bays, near Kassiopi, like Avlaki, Imerolia and Kalamionas. According to the weather, the wind, the conditions of the sea and your mood, you may choose the beaches of Agios Stephanos of Sinies, Kerassia (eastwards), Seki and Kalamaki (westwards). All of them are very close, at a distance less than 10 kilometers far from Kassiopi.
It is worth visiting the church of Panagia Kassiopitissa, which possibly has been built on the place of an ancient temple dedicated to Zeus Kassius. You will also see the ruins of the Byzantine castle that used to protect the town and its port and was guarding the sea route from Corfu to the opposite coast.