Nissaki is a fairly upmarket resort that appeals mostly to couples and families. The transfer time for this resort from the airport can be anything from 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on where in the resort you are staying. This gives you time to look around at surrounding scenery of Corfu and if you are on a longer transfer then you may be able to get an idea of the location of the resort and the location of your accommodation within the resort. The beach is fairly small however it is in a picturesque setting and is covered with golden sands leading down to the water. Most of the accommodation consists of self-catering villas and 3-5-star hotels. The hotels mainly offer an all-inclusive board basis.
Nissaki may only have a small beach, but it is perfect for snorkelling and swimming. Lazing around at the beach is most peoples favourite activity as the whole idea of their holidays is pure relaxation. Scuba diving is also a popular activity as the water is so clear and warm. People who enjoy walking will love Nissaki as it is very picturesque and scenic so there are plenty of sights to see. Hiring boats is a popular activity and it gives you the opportunity to see other resorts and beaches as well as other islands. A trip to Corfu Town is also highly recommended as there is a lot of shopping and sightseeing to be done there.
Nissaki has a few bars and restaurants for you to choose from mainly offering traditional Greek cuisine. A lot of seafood is also available and you may find the odd Italian choice. The only nightlife to really find is in the taverns. Here you may find music and cocktails but nothing is open through the night. Shopping in the resort is basic with a few souvenir shops and supermarkets. Taking a trip to Corfu Town should be done if you want some serious shopping. Public transport in the resort is fairly good with buses taking you to resorts such as Kassiopi, Ipsos and Corfu Town. During the high seasons there are normally around 8 buses per day.
There are around 300 days of sunshine in the resort of Nissaki. 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 Nissaki 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 slightly cooler in the north than in the south.