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What's Nissaki like

Nissaki is a traditional Greek village up in the popular north east region of Corfu island, it's just over 20km from Corfu town which is about half an hours drive.

The village is spread over a large area with many villas and apartments dotted about that are available to rent as well as hotels of various sizes. There's everything you might want from supermarkets to cash machines and bakeries to car hire shops, you may just have a bit of a walk between them.

Nissaki means little island in Greek, the region gets it's name because the section of land where Mitsos taverna stands was once separate from the mainland but with developments over the years it's now joined up.

There's a small harbour right next to Mitsos taverna and from there you can hire a boat to explore the areas coastline or join a scuba diving trip.

Nissaki nightlife

Nissaki is pretty quiet, it's probably best suited for those wanting a relaxing holiday away from the crowds as there aren't many bars with most visitors preferring a meal in one of the tavernas whilst enjoying the views and a few glasses of local wine or beer.

If you want to stay in the region but still enjoy the odd night out then you can easily head to the capital for a more lively night out.

What to do around Nissaki

With Barbati to the south and Kalami to the north as well as a number of smaller villages too, Nissaki is well positioned for some exploring.

There's two beaches in the area, Small Nissaki beach which is right by the harbour and Large Nissaki beach which is further up the coast and flanked by a huge all-inclusive 4 star hotel.

Quick look guide to Nissaki

Quiet
On the Beach
Lots of Hotels
Harbour
Scuba Diving
Picturesque
Boat Hire
Cash Machine
Vehicle Hire

Where is Nissaki

Nissaki photo gallery

Nissaki Corfu
Nissaki by Robin Scott
Large Nissaki Beach by Danny Brosman
Small Nissaki Beach Corfu
Small Nissaki Beach by fiftyfits
Small Nissaki Beach Corfu
Small Nissaki view by Mandy Pearse
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    Reviews of Nissaki

    • Ken Dutch
      we have stayed at simpsons travel the saints several times so we know the village well people are friendly they have several tavernas we always go to the vitamins all ways good then to the midnight for a cocktail before home I could go on about nissaki but if you need a place to relax this is it
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