Corfu enjoys gloriously long and warm summers, but it’s a little bit cooler than the scorching temperatures on mainland Greece. Kassiopi tends to average in the mid-20s°C from late spring through to September, and even as late as October. But in the peak summer season, it’s not uncommon for temperatures to hit 30 and above. There’s more rain from the autumn through to February, but even winter remains mild. Temperatures rarely fall below 10°C, so Kassiopi holidays are a good year-round option.
Couples: The resort’s charming harbour is simply irresistible, as are the abundant beaches that are tailor-made for relaxing with your partner.
Beach lovers: Kassiopi holidays give you access to four beautiful beaches (they’re all rocky or pebbly), each with stunning clear waters. Enjoy the views from the comfort of a lounger or an umbrella (you can rent one if you like), swim in the sea, or tackle some high-octane water sports.
Families: Take the little ones out to sea on a boat trip, splash around in the pools at Aqualand, or enjoy a family meal on the harbour.
More about Kassiopi
Language: The language spoken is Greek.
Currency: The currency used is the Euro (€).
Local time: Kassiopi is 2 hours ahead of GMT/UK time.
Fly to: Corfu International Airport. Transfers to Kassiopi take about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Flight time from UK: The Kassiopi flight time is 3 hours.
Tourist Information: Find more Kassiopi tourist information at https://www.greeka.com/.
Visa / Health: Before holidays to Kassiopi, it’s a good idea to visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece for recommendations and advice on visas and health.
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By car: You’ll find lots of reputable car hire companies based at Corfu Airport, so you can pick one up as soon as you arrive at the airport. Book in advance for the best price. Driving is a great way to get to the resort, and the simplest way to explore the island at leisure (with or without the family in tow).
By bus: a local bus service runs to places of interest like Corfu Town. Tickets are really cheap and can be a good option for day trips. Find the main bus stop in the main square; it goes about five times a day in high season.
By taxi: It’s easy to find a taxi when you arrive at Corfu Airport (or you can book a transfer in advance), and they’re also available in the main square.
Wine festival: In September, the annual Wine Festival arrives. You’ll find this even on the waterfront, where you can sample a plethora of local wines in the sunshine. Of course, all these tipples are accompanied by delicious Greek food and music, plus a bustling party atmosphere.
Beer festival: If beer is your beverage of choice, you’ll be keen to take the 45-minute journey to Arillas to experience the Corfu Beer Festival (held in September or October). This town is home to the Corfu Microbrewery, which brews five different local beers; you can try them all out at the festival, with a side of juicy lamb souvlaki.