Kassiopi can be found tucked away on a peninsula in the north east Corner of Corfu. Being the biggest village in this area of the island, Kassiopi offers a wide variety of things to do. From horse riding to diving, you’ll never be bored in Kassiopi as it offers as much as the bigger Greek resorts can.


Due to its tucked away location, Kassiopi was an important port and hideaway. The resort boasts a long list of exciting visitors in its varied and fascinating past including Neronas, the King of Rome, who set up the baths of Kassiopi.

Sports and leisure

Despite having a traditional vibe, Kassiopi offers a variety of different activities for children and adults. You can try a range of water sports which include water-skiing and paddleboarding. Kassiopi also offers a diving centre, which gives you the chance to take part in lessons and diving excursions, suitable for both adults and children.

If the water isn’t your thing, you can take a stroll through the picturesque local area on horseback or try mountain biking; the choice really is yours.

Vibrant nightlife

With a couple of discos and bars dotted around the harbour and trendier parts of town, Kassiopi offers an exciting and steady nightlife. It has some for those who enjoy a quiet drink as well as those who want to party until the sun comes up. The resort boasts an annual wine festival, which sees a healthy turnout from tourists and locals alike, so head here if you fancy finding a new favourite wine. With live music and Greek dancing, this is a great chance to mingle and get involved in the local culture.

If you also enjoy beer, you’ll find the Arillas Beer Festival is something for you. Just a short 45 minute drive from Kassiopi, you’ll find a range of delicious locally brewed beers, which go perfectly with some local cuisine and live music.