TUI BLUE Atlantica Nissaki Beach Hotel

Everything at TUI BLUE Atlantica Nissaki Beach Hotel is designed with adults in mind. With a cosy, contemporary ambience, it’s perfect for those wanting to escape from it all. Foodies will appreciate the high-end dining scene while sports lovers are catered for with tennis and beach volleyball facilities. The hotel offers great views from its romantic hillside location set in sweeping olive groves. Luxurious, modern rooms feature clean, white and neutral wood tones. For the ultimate indulgence, upgrade to a swim-up double with a sea view.

Overview of Nissaki, Corfu

If you’re looking for rest and relaxation on a holiday to Corfu, head to the mountainous region of Nissaki. It’s spread across a trio of coves with sweeping vistas of Mount Pantokrator across to Albania. Nissaki has plenty of things to do with many hiking trails, shops, restaurants, and a quiet pebble beach just 30 minutes away. The TUI BLUE Atlantica Nissaki Beach Hotel runs a daily courtesy shuttle bus to Corfu Town, 45 minutes away, except on Sundays and bank holidays.

Things to do in Nissaki, Corfu

TUI BLUE Atlantica Nissaki Beach Hotel is an ideal base for exploring. Discover the crumbling ghost town of Old Sinies via the Corfu Trail or learn to dive on the beach. For a late-night cocktail, take a 20-minute stroll down the coastal road to Barbati. Nissaki’s beachfront gift shop, The Loom is also a must-visit. Situated in a 400-year-old house, this shop sells quality hand-woven fabrics, painted ceramics and gifts made from olive wood. For a night in the chilled-out tavernas, Nissaki seafront has you covered, where family-run restaurants serve up age-old recipes. Holidays to Corfu don’t get much better than in Nissaki, where a quieter pace, epic mountainous setting and a great dining and shopping scene make for a relaxing, luxurious trip.

Resort Summary

Nissaki is a small but charming resort at the foot of Mount Pantokrator. Made up of three coved beaches each with its own unique characteristics, Nissaki has enough golden sand for all the family, while never feeling overcrowded. Learn to scuba dive or hire a boat and explore the rocky coast at your leisure.

This quiet village is one of Corfu‘s most beautiful, with easy connections to the nearby resorts of DassiaIpsosKalami and Agni Bay, it’s easy to get a change of scenery whenever you need. Not that you’ll ever get bored, as there are a handful of authentic local shops and restaurants, with the option to head up to Corfu Town if you need something more on your Corfu holidays.