Most popular Villas in Kassiopi
Highlights in Kassiopi
- Fabulous beaches
- Delicious Greek food
- Fantastic day trips
- Wide choice of water sports
- Ruins and castles
Most popular amenities for Villas in Kassiopi
Villas in Kassiopi
The island of Corfu, with rugged cliffs, turquoise waters and picture-perfect beaches create the perfect backdrop for your villa. Kassiopi is a small village so any villa you book will be close to the beach, the restaurants and the port. Find luxury villas in unique settings and enjoy a wonderful time in the village.Villas by the Ionian Sea
Bathed by crystal clear waters, Kassiopi is a perfect spot for a holiday villa. A relaxing atmosphere contributes to the feeling of bliss everybody likes during their holidays. Gardens, patios, swimming pools and fully equipped kitchens are part of the amenities you can select. These villas are ideal for families or big groups. Stay close to the main shopping area for an unforgettable time in Kassiopi.
Travellers and activities
Spending time outdoors is one of the great pleasures you will enjoy in Kassiopi. The natural features of the village and its landscape offer pretty beaches with azure waters to unwind and bask in the sun. The closest beaches are no further than 5 miles from the centre. Enjoy some time in every one of them or choose the one you like the best and simply relax and lay down. The closest one is Kalamionas Beach followed by St. Spyridon Second Beach, Spyridon First Beach and Acharavi Beach.Kassiopi for water sport lovers
The sea is a huge playground for water lovers, right? Imagine the variety of activities and sports you can do in the open waters of the Ionian Sea. Choose from swimming in transparent waters to try your skills at waterskiing or paragliding. If you are interested in the sea bed and what are the gems hidden underwater, go scuba diving. Whether it is your first lesson or you are an experienced Open Water certified diver, take a boat and start exploring the depths of Kassiopi.
Did you know Queen Elizbeth’s husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, was born in Corfu?
Top 7 travel tips in Kassiopi
A traditional and beautiful Greek town, where Gerald Durrell told the story about his childhood and the adventures of his family after leaving England and moving to Corfu for a fresh start. Splendid coves and turquoise waters that will draw you in the moment you arrive.2. Explore the village
Kassiopi’s charm is in the air and every corner of the village. The little square of the harbour is the social point of locals for social events during the day. At night, the place goes quieter and tourists flock to the bars and restaurants to taste the delicious fish or international cuisine.The beachfront bars offer delicious coffee and light snacks as well as great drinks. For night entertainment, pubs and discos will open their doors to party goers. Explore the village at your own pace and mingle with the locals.3. Practice some mountain biking
Pleasant and challenging routes for bike lovers. The geography of the island is ideal for cycling routes. Discover the natural landscapes and the beauty of the island on wheels and at your own pace. Explore villages, coves, beaches and stunning natural sites.4. Visit the monastery of Pantokrator
This monastery sits on the biggest mountain in Corfu and the views from the top are simply breathtaking. The little coffee shop offers a few drinks and nibbles while you take a little break. Remember to take your camera to get the most amazing pictures.5. Visit Kassiopi Castle
At the end of the main shopping street in Kassiopi you will notice the signs showing you the way to the Byzantine fortress on the hill, the castle. Follow the path and walk to the top to see the remains of what it was the defending castle before the Venetian era. On the way up to the fortress, you will pass the pretty little church of the Panayia Kassopitra.6. Eat traditional Greek food cooked in the square
International gastronomy is within the offer of its culinary options. From Mexican to Italian and Chinese, the locals do serve foreign food but they do not forget their roots. At the square, the tavernas will serve you home-cooked food with traditional dishes. Look out for some stifado (beef stew) and bourtheto (scorpion fish in a spicy sauce). Try some greek salads, Tzatziki, feta cheese or Burundi as starters. If you are craving some sweet treats, try some of their delicious kataifi, Baklavà or the puff-pastry filled with cinnamon and Bougatsa cream.7. Take a boat trip
Spend a day sailing along the coast of Corfu and get mesmerising views of the sea and the beautiful coastline. Enjoy a short boat ride to Kalamaki Beach or take a night trip that will take you to Corfu Town. During the day you can also opt for longer trips to the famous Blue Caves where you might see some dolphins.