Explore the North East Coast of Corfu

Nissaki Boat Rental

Hire one of our boats and explore the magnificent coast between Nissaki and Kassiopi. There are many small beaches and bays accessible only by boat, larger bays with waterside tavernas and of course the village of Kassiopi with its large harbour, tavernas and shops.


Taking Nissaki as your starting point, you walk towards the harbour, on your left handside, we will be expecting you in our office to guide on your trip. At Nissaki you can also find a nice pebble beach, tavernas with tasty traditional food and good beach services like sunbeds and umbrellas. The picturesque harbour provides you with safe boarding and safe parking on your return from your boat trip.

Agios Arsenios – Cave

Leaving the harbour with your boat, after a few minutes you will find a hidden cave underneath Agios Arsenios church on your left hand side.


After Nissaki Beach Hotel on the way to Kassiopi, take a left turn into the bay of Agni. On your right hand side there is a big rock which is ideal for dives in the water. If you decide to have lunch in any of the tavernas there, you can use any jetty attached in front of them with staff ready to help you. If you are lucky enough you might meet an famous minister.


Located just after Agni beach Kalami is conny pebble beach with crystal clear waters. On the left side stands the “White House” which is the house of the famous writer Lawrence Durrell, who lived there in the 30’s. Today part of the house is a nice taverna with a jetty attached that makes mooring easy as the staff will help you if you want to stop for lunch or drinks. Also available in the area there are super markets, bars and tavernas and a ski school where you can try all watersports to maximize your adventure.


It’s a picturesque harbour, just after Kalami beach. Here you can see a villa right by the sea that belongs to the Agnelli family owners of Ferrari. It’s not so easy to moor the boat in the harbour because is very crowded. A very pretty place for some commemorative photos. After all it is one of the most photographed places in Greece.


A beautiful beach with calm and clear water. A jetty that you can park your boat and the staff will be helping you to do so. Fresh fish is available there, if you like sea food or a nice cup of coffee on the cafe next to the taverna.

Agios Stefanos

Numerous jetties are available there and the staff will help you to moor your boat if you choose to stop for lunch or drinks. Amenities shops as well as bars, coffee shops are available. Agios Stefanos is the closest point to Albania only 2 miles away.


Kassiopi is an extraordinary village on the North East of our island and the end of your route. It has a big harbour which makes mooring easy for a complete novice. There are numerous stylish gift shops available where you can buy presents for family and friends. A pharmacy, tavernas, bars and cafeterias are also available there. A monument worth visiting there, is Kassiopi Castle.