Kassiopi is a resort that is favoured by young couples and singles looking for some lively nightlife to enjoy. The resort is not as loud as others, however there is still a lot of entertainment going on. The transfer time from the airport to the hotel is around 1 hour and 30 minutes which means you have plenty of time to look around at the surrounding scenery of Corfu. It also means that you have plenty of time to gain an idea on the location of the resort as well as the location of your accommodation within the resort. The beach in Kassiopi is not very sandy but it is safe to go for a swim. The beach is reachable by a short path that leads you to the coastline. There are sunbeds and parasols available for you to hire and a number of water sports for you to try. Accommodation in the resort mainly consists of self-catering apartments and a few hotels. The hotels tend to offer half-board and all accommodation generally ranges from 2-4-stars.
Kassiopi is home to a number of water sports such as jet-skiing, water-skiing, windsurfing, surfing, scuba diving and snorkelling. The PADI dive centre is located in the resort and enables you to hire all of the scuba diving equipment. You will also receive full tuition if this is your first time diving. There are also a number of boats for hire meaning you can take a number of boat trips along the coast and see the other beaches of Corfu. Pony trekking has become quite popular in the resort as it is something that not many people would think of doing and it is also a great way to see some of the sights around the resort. Inland and coastal walks are very relaxing in the resort and you can see some brilliant views where ever you go. Mountain biking is increasingly popular and there are plenty of opportunities to hire cars and mopeds. There are also a number of excursions for you to go on such as taking a trip to the lively resort of Sidari, going on a number of scuba diving trips, taking sunset cruises, doing an island tour, shopping and sightseeing in Corfu Town or taking a boat trip to on of the other islands such as Antipaxos, Parga or Paxos. The water park in Aghios Ioannis is also very popular with people of all ages.
There are a number of taverns offering traditional Greek cuisines and a number of seafood options. If you prefer something more familiar then you will find a number of Italian, Mexican and Chinese restaurants. There are also a number of fast-food restaurants that open late so you can grab something after a night out. There are a few British restaurants around the resort where you will find your traditional English breakfasts. The nightlife in Kassiopi is very good with nightclubs and a number of cocktail bars, karaoke bars and video bars. There are a couple of local bars around if you wanted a quieter night to others. The shopping in Kassiopi consists of shops jewellery, souvenirs, clothings and supermarkets. The public transport in the resort is good, with a brilliant bus service taking you into Corfu Town 8 times a day. Buses will also take you to Ipsos, Dassia and Nissaki. Another way to get to Corfu Town is to take a boat.
There are around 300 days of sunshine in the resorts of Kassiopi. Summer temperatures have been known to reach above 30°C, with the hottest month being July, closely followed by August. You will see around 13 hours of sunshine a day at peak times, with the temperatures remaining at a comfortable level thanks to the coastal breeze. December and January are colder, however temperatures are still at around 12-15°C. Rain only occurs in the winter months from November onwards. The summers in Kassiopi are long, hot and dry, with September and October still seeing temperatures of around 25°C. The sea temperatures are quite warm in the summer but will cool down at night. It can be cooler in this resort as the north is generally cooler than the south.