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Corfu travel Guide - Nisaki Beach

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Corfu travel Guide - Nissaki Beach

Nissaki means Little Island and hundreds of years ago that is what it was. On top of the island, now stands the Mitsos Taverna. In years past, the local people worked on this island, shaping stones and local rocks bought to them by boat. The stones were used for building. After many years, the chippings falling into sea formed a ramp and eventually joined the land. Now there is a narrow road that now runs between the old island where the Taverna stands and the mainland. Nissaki has a small beach and is  extremely pretty. The beach is a small horseshoe shape with fine pebbles, offering excellent swimming, although it can become a little crowded when daytrip boats arrive for lunch.

Nissaki should not be mixed up with the bay further along the coat where the hotel Nissaki Beach is situated, that is the Nissaki Beach Hotel at Krouzari beach - a resort. Nissaki though is just a small quiet coastal village.

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Who is Nissaki For?

Teenage children may find it a little quiet - unless they love snorkeling. But, parents with a car will find that Kassiopi and Ipsos are only a short drive away - that is where they will find more life! Nissaki is quiet, making it an ideal place for young couples and families. Many visitors return to this part of the island year after year. Nissaki has its regulars!

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Nissaki Beach

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Type: Fine Shingle with a few rocky out-crops.

Facilities: The nearby Taverna owners will usually allow you to use their toilets if you purchase a drink from them.

Child Suitability: Nissaki beach is away from the road and relatively safe for young children. The beach is small but there are rocky coves close by that you can head for. The water shelves off quite deep in parts but there are shallow areas.

Accessibility: There are a few steps down to the beach.

Cleanliness and Urchins: Nissaki beach is clean and well looked after. The water is clear as is the shingle. The rocky areas may need care as there may be urchins sea shoes are advised in these areas. The main beach has no urchins.

Places of Interest: Nissaki

Nissaki village is quite spread out and no real center. The main part of the village is towards the main coast road and the beach part which is just down a small lane. Above Nissaki, is a winding lane that goes up, high, through olive groves and eventually joins the mountain roads to the top of the island: Mount Pantokratoras On the way up, into the hills behind Nissaki, you can visit the lovely traditional Greek villages - you will need a car though.

Places Nearby to Nissaki

Barbati is a 20 min walk (via the road). Kaminaki is a 30 min walk (via road).

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

There are also numerous little rocky coves nearby that can be found along the coastal footpath that are 'deserted' - well worth finding. 

Agni bay can be reached in about 30 minutes by small motor boat.

How to get there by Car

Follow the main coastal road from Corfu town towards the North East of the island. Pass through Ipsos and Barbati, Watch out for the narrow roads and bad bends as you wind around the hills of the North East of Corfu. Nissaki beach is signposted on your right, take this turning, go slowly as like most of the smaller bays in this part of the island the road down to it is steep and narrow. Go all the way to the bottom and there is limited parking on the roadside.

Every evening,  Taverna Agni offers a speed-boat taxi service to the Taverna: Taverna Agni

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village


Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village


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Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village


What's At Nissaki


Tavernas: Nissaki beach itself has three Tavernas all serving Greek cuisine.

Nissaki 'Parea' Taverna


'I Parea' is a small beachside taverna at the of the road, in Nissaki. It is well situated to offer good food while you enjoy the sea views over to Corfu town.

'I Parea' is a common Greek phrase for: 'get-together'. And you cannot imagine a better setting to be with friends and enjoy their company.

The extensive menu includes steaks (cooked over charcoal), and traditional Corfiot dishes like Mousaka and Sofrito.



The 'I Parea' team. Nikos and Ulla.

Telephone: 0030 26630 91359

 (mobile): 0030 6979302963



Taverna Olive Press - as you go down to the beach.

Mitsos Taverna Tel: 26630 91240

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

On the main road out of Nissaki there is Vitamins Taverna - which offers stunning views. Tel: 26630 91278.

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Supermarkets: Aphrodities supermarket is about a mile or so along the main road. This is a large supermarket with a cake shop and bakery attached. Aphrodite will deliver larger orders to your accommodation. This delivery service includes the resorts of Kalami, Kouloura, Agni, Kaminaki, Nissaki and Barbati. Tel; 26630 91201 she speaks excellent English.

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

There are also two other smaller supermarkets on the main road.

Boat Rental: Near the beach, opposite the taverna, you will find the Nissaki Boat Rental. It is run by Photis. Tel: ++30 936702188

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Water Sports: Nissaki has a large water sports jetty to the left hand side of the beach. It is a little climb over some rough ground, donít wear high heels!!!!

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Water skiing, Wakeboarding, Ringo and Banana rides and Parasailing are available. Tel; 0944752448

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Exchange: There is a small travel shop, offering exchange on the main road in Nissaki.

Public Swimming Pools:
Nearby Glyfa has a pool bar. Take the main road to your left as you come out of the Nissaki turning. There is also a pool bar on the main road to your right a short drive away. All pool bars offer free use of there swimming and sunbathing facilities however you are expected to buy a drink and snack there for the use of these.

Telephone: There is a card telephone on the main road just before Nissaki turning and you will also find one right by the beach. Cards can be purchased from local shops and supermarkets.

Children's Facilities:
Nissaki does not have many facilities for young children although as you take the road out from the beach there is a snack bar with a pool table and some games.

Disabled Facilities:
There are no disabled facilities in Nissaki the beach has a few steps down to it and there are no disabled toilets.

As you take the road down to the beach there is a small snack bar serving alcoholic drinks, this is on your left. On the main coastal road just outside the village past Aphrodities supermarket there is another bar on the corner.


Shopping: Nissaki has one of the best gift shops right by the beach, The Loom is situated in one of the oldest houses in Nissaki. The house is over 400 years old. The loom sells everything from olive wood pieces and ceramics to hand woven fabrics and cigarettes.

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

Corfu Travel Guide - Nissaki Village

On the main road just outside Nissaki you will find an olive wood shop and also a jewellery shop.

A beach shop below the 'Parea' Taverna

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