Corfu Kasiopi Village
Kassiopi Corfu: The village of Kassiopi lies 38 km north of Corfu Town, opposite the Albanian coasts. This small picturesque fishing village counts 1200 inhabitants and is dominated by a Roman fortress where it is also believed that the Emperor Nero once stood near this location. Today, Kassiopi is a cosmopolitan town with several taverns, cafes, bars and accommodation.
There are numerous bays around the village of Kassiopi. Coming from the west, the beaches at this side of the village are tiny, windy, full of loungers and not very pleasant. Behind them at the main road you will find the usual resort shops and many cafes. The headland itself contains nicer pebbly beaches where water sports are available and an abandoned castle. Beyond this is a small fishing port that retains its picturesque character. Beautiful houses lie to the east.