Kassiopi, Corfu

Kassiopi Corfu
39° 47' 27.1968" N, 19° 55' 23.8224" E

Kassiopi is a charming and deceptively large town on the north east corner of the island of Corfu, 22 miles north of Corfu Town (Kerkyra). One of the prettiest harbours in Corfu, Kassiopi has the magnificent backdrop of Mount Pantokrator and beautiful hills covered with olive groves, vines and citrus plantations. In the 4th century B.C., Kassiopi was an important Roman port, dedicated to the god Kassios Zeus, protector of seafarers. Between Kassiopi and Barbati the coastline is sculpted into a chain of small bays and coves, ideal moorings for your yacht.

The upbeat village has something for everyone, whether it’s late night bars, scenic headland walks or exploring the remains of Kassiopi Castle up on the hillside.  You’re also around an hour’s drive away from Corfu Town, the islands Capital.