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Highlights in Kassiopi
- Paradise beaches
- Greek delicacies and flavours
- Great outdoors
- Fantastic shopping experience
- Fantastic festivals
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Kassiopi
The small little town of Kassiopi is a unique paradise with holiday rentals and lettings near the most beautiful beaches on the island. Traditional Greek architecture, whitewashed facades and incomparable natural setting surrounding the properties where you can enjoy the most fantastic holidays. Find your rental close to the beach or a bit more inland, where lovely rentals dot the countryside. Every preference will be covered.Traditional holiday rentals with swimming pool
In Kassiopi you can choose amongst lettings that can accommodate groups of 8 people. Have a pool party, celebrate your wedding anniversary or just enjoy some time off work in this stunning village. Take in the charm of the rentals from the comfort of your lounge, the nice interiors and the traditional decoration that gives a touch of calm and peace. Have a nice lunch or dinner at the patio or terrace and have some nights al fresco, listening to the gentle sound of the waves.
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The area and getting around
Kassiopi is one the coolest villages in northern Corfu. A beautiful port, pristine clear waters and stunning beaches like Kerassi or Kalamakia. If you wander the little paths you will find the most incredible spots with lovely coves. The beauty of the island will captivate you immediately! Mount Pantokrator and the hills are the backdrop of this coastal town. Once a fishing port, the village develop quickly and it became a popular holiday destination with modern facilities but still preserving its rich history and past.Find the balance of a quiet and at the same time, lively holiday
This is a town overlooked by the ancient ruins of a castle and the main square by the port is where all the main activity takes place. A good selection of bars and restaurants with excellent fresh fish and some international menus of Mexico, China or Italy. At night time, the place comes more alive than ever providing great entertainment. Can you think of a better place to let time go by and enjoy the quiet life on the island? Visit the neighbouring towns and go for day tours to enjoy the island’s most attractive landmarks.
Travellers and activities
Plan your stay and create yourself a customized itinerary of the beaches around Kassiopi. Most beaches are pebbly but you can find a few ones with sand. Deciding where to start is not an easy job so let us tell you about a few ones you must see before leaving the island. Kalamionas is presumably one of the most stunning if not the best one beaches of Kassiopi and Corfu. The crystal clear waters invite for a dip, a swim and maybe some diving and the white sands and shingles are dotted with sunbeds where to soak up the sun and have a pleasant day at the beach. Bataria Beach offers breathtaking views of the Albanian mountains with lush vegetation, pebbles and azure waters in a tranquil and unspoiled paradise. Avlaki Beach holds the Blue Flag and it is ideal for families looking for a quiet spot, some sailing or canoeing and a few taverns to enjoy some nibbles. Notwithstanding the rocky climbing to reach Pipitos Beach it is still a very popular spot with white sand and appealing waters. Have we convinced you yet?Kassiopi for hiking lovers
The Ionian islands have a great terrain for hiking and outdoor activities. In Kassiopi you can find several long distance and challenging routes to Mount Pantokrator. This is a rugged terrain with cobbled mule tracks that have been prepared to create walkable mountain paths. Some of its paths on the south face climb up like stairs. The coastal footpath and several tracks on the northeast of the island you will find the circular ones in and around Kassiopi, the beaches or neighbouring mountain villages of Old Perithia and Porta or the coastal resorts of Nissaki, Barbati or Agios Stefanos. Get your gear ready and add up more miles to your personal achievements.
Did you know that Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elisabeth I, was born in Corfu?
Top 5 travel tips in Kassiopi
As an island, Corfu enjoys of great beaches and fabulous coves where you can practice water activities and sports. Swimming, SUP, sailing, snorkelling and diving. Some beaches have the proper facilities where to rent the material you need according to the activity that you choose. Spend a day practising water sports and enjoying it in a unique setting.2. Enjoy the Kassiopi Festival
Kassiopi has its own fiesta during the summer. The event goes all day long. Enjoy the vibrant and lively music, taste some real Kassiopian bites and dance until the sun goes down. In the morning watch the parades of the bands around the streets of the village and join the locals in this special event. Stop at any of the stalls where to have some delicious Greek wine and one of the well known recipes, lamb roast on the spit. Indulge your senses and get carried away by the festive spirit.3. Special shopping time
In Kassiopi, the shopping options are those of a little quaint village by the sea. Unique little souvenir establishments specialised in precious handmade lace and jewellery and exclusive ceramics from the island. The cute cafes and bakeries are the right place to enjoy your morning cafes and the two supermarkets, will provide everything you need during your stay. For bigger shopping head to Corfu Town.4. Taste the flavours of the island
Kassiopi comes with a wide array of delicious eateries with traditional Greek and Mediterranean cuisine as well as international influences with dishes of pasta, tacos or dim sum. The main square and the nearby streets, where most restaurants and tavernas are, you can taste delicious and authentic Greek delicacies. Look out for some stifado,a traditional recipe with beef and shallots or boutheto, scorpion fish with spicy sauce.5. Discover the east coast of the island
The port of Kassiopi is where you can depart and embark on a boat trip or a little cruise around the island. Enjoy a day trip to Kalamaki and have some time at the beach. Another famous visit is the one to the Blue Caves, where you might see some dolphins swimming around. If you rent your own car, drive along the east coast and arrive to Corfu Town for a nice dinner al fresco and discover the lively atmosphere in the city.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Kassiopi
Based on its annual average price of £174.64, Kassiopi is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in Greece.
It is better to plan ahead in Kassiopi as only 40% of the properties remain available, according to our 2019 data.
In Kassiopi we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 150 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 8 local and international partners.