Livadi Nafsika Hotel

Offering everything that any discerning guest will expect, the Livadi Nafsika Hotel is a masterclass in budget-friendly elegance that never disappoints. Comfortable bedrooms, furnished with a timeless aesthetic, give way to chic communal areas and a fabulous pool that dictates the space.

Hidden away in a charmingly secluded area, the hotel itself enjoys pretty gardens that shroud the pool for privacy, and the restaurant is always buzzing, serving excellent buffets for every meal. Light snacks can be ordered at the pool bar and for some off-complex excitement, the beach and town centre are both very close by and the public transport links are excellent, allowing for easy day trips to Corfu Town.

Overview of Dassia

A beautiful island of the west coast of Greece, Corfu has intrigued holidaymakers for years and delights every one who takes the time to visit. Thanks to the balmy climate, luscious landscapes and easy-breezy attitudes of the residents, holidays to Corfu have become a firm favourite with many travellers and offers plenty of regions to explore.

For a diverse blend of experiences, Dassia, home to the Livadi Nafsika Hotel, is hard to beat. Not only does it boast a gorgeous beach, but also a vibrant bar scene, good selection of shops and it is within easy distance of Corfu Town. Water-sports fans are well catered for here as well, despite the beach being a rather laid-back stretch of sand.

Things to do in Dassia

Step outside the Livadi Nafsika Hotel and you’ll be in the town centre within 10 minutes, making lazy beach days a must. Awarded a Blue Flag, the sand is clean and family-friendly , offering access to tranquil water and a host of loungers and parasols. If looking out at the water but not enjoying it feels like too much of a tease, you can hire a boat and sail around the island.

Despite being a sleepier town, Dassia has a fantastic range of designer and local boutiques, found on the coastal road. You could treat yourself to something new to wear and then head out, in the evening, to experience the nightlife scene that comprises mostly of traditional tavernas and chic bars.

A relaxed introduction to Corfu holidays, Dassia is a quiet and welcoming town that has everything you could possibly want, as well as the bright lights of Corfu Town just a few minutes away.


Resort Summary

Framed by walls of green pine trees, Dassia’s shore is 200 metres long, with clean, golden shingle and shallow, gentle waters. This strip of sand has earned itself a Blue Flag award, meaning that even in high season it remains clean and pleasant to be on. The beach is very family-friendly, with plenty of loungers and parasols, but not so many it feels overcrowded.

The beach has more than its fair share of watersports for its guests to enjoy. Waterskiing is a particular favourite among visitors to Dassia, but there are plenty of other choices advertised on the jetty.

Hire a boat and take your time visiting other beaches around the island – training is offered beforehand and it’s a great way to see Corfu. If you’re more of a kick-back-and-relax kind of person, you can shelter yourself under the beach’s olive trees and watch others skim across the ocean’s surface.