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Welcome to Nissaki


Nissaki is a small resort; on the main road there are a handful of family run establishments that cater well for holiday-makers. It is an unusual resort in that it is in two parts, the amenities that line either side of the main road  and the down below, the beach with its tavernas, water-sports and the Nissaki Beach Hotel grounds.

Nissaki is really for those holiday-makers who are seeking a relaxing holiday amid inspiring scenery.

Information & Facts


Walking – there are a number of off-the-beaten-track routes with Nissaki as a starting point. Here holiday-makers are on the foothills of Mount Pandocrator whose peak rises to 906 metres.

There are plenty of water-sport facilities including scuba-diving and boat hire

A number of tiny coves line the margin from both sides of Nissaki beach and these can be visited by boat


Corfu has temperate winters and long, warm summers with summer temperatures peaking at about 34°C in August.

Approximate temperatures on Corfu:

July and August - 28-34 °C
June – 25-28 °C
September – 25-28 °C
May – 21-23 °C
October - 21-25 °C

April – 19-21°C


Eating Out

There are a couple of restaurants in Nissaki. Tavernas are scattered along the main road with a couple down at sea-level too. Nearby is the Nissaki Beach Hotel and just over 5 kilometres away is the small bay of Agni with its handful of traditional Greek tavernas.

Traditional dishes of Corfu that can be found in restaurants in Nissaki:

Pastitsada - a pasta based dish comprising of caserole style beef in spicy tomato sauce.

Sofrito - traditionally slow cooked veal in parsley and and garlic sauce often served with rice

Bourtheto - fish cooked in hot tomato sauce - (not for the faint hearted)  

Getting Around

Car hire – you can book your holiday car directly from the Salco Holidays website. Our prices are competitive and include a fully comprehensive insurance.

Local bus – the local bus from Nissaki goes into Corfu Town and northwards to Kassiopi

Taxi – there is a taxi rank in Nissaki by the pastry shop  

Kids Attractions

The beach

Water sports


Greek is spoken on Corfu.

Useful Greek words you can try out on your holiday to Acharavi:

Yia sou* – hello (to one person)

Yia sas* – hello (to more than one person)

*It is the same phrase for hello and goodbye as it means ‘health to you’

Yia mas – cheers (our health)

Efharisto – thank you

Parakalo - please

Pou eene i paralia? – where is the beach?

Pou eene o fournos? – where is the bakery?

Ti kanis? – how are you?

Kala efharisto – well, thank you

Mia birra  parakalo – a beer please

Ena boukali krasi, parakalo – a bottle of wine please

Ena boukali kokkino krasi, parakalo – a bottle of red wine please

Lefko - white

Thio bires parakalo – two beers please (the ‘th’ is pronounce as in ‘there’)

Thelo (’th’ like ‘think’) na pao thiakopes (‘th’ like ‘there’) sto Nissaki – I want to go on holiday to Nissaki


The Euro is the currency of Corfu, Greece


Night Life

The bars tend to stay open till the last customers leave but Nissaki night-life is for the more chilled holiday-maker who enjoys making as much out of the daylight hours as the night-hours. Nearby, though, is the lively resort of Kassiopi whose bars are open well into the small hours. Taxis can booked for late returning visitors.


All basic amenities can be found in Nissaki. Kassiopi, which has a greater shopping experience and choice is about 14 kilometres away. 


Nearby places to visit:

By car or local bus:

Kassiopi, Kalami and Kouloura. Kalami was home to the Durrell family (Gerald being author of My Family and other Animals and Prospero’s Cell and Lawrence author of The Alexandria Quartet).

By car:

Ayios Stephanos – a picturesque fishing village with a few water-side tavernas in traditional Greek style.

Old Perithia – an abandoned village, once the administrative centre of the north. It is an impressive site of old stone built houses, cobbled streets and churches nestling in the high in hillside. There are about three tavernas one of which sells home-made ginger beer, a legacy of the British protectorate of Corfu.

Sightseeing tours are available to Corfu Town and Paleocastritsa 


Corfu, Greece is usually two hours ahead of GMT

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