Holidays in Nissaki are excellent for escapists, bliss for beach-lovers, fabulous for families. This scenic place, with its trio of crescent bays, still retains its easy pace while offering all the essential facilities – so if you're thinking of somewhere relaxing, think summer holidays to Nissaki.
Here's what you can look forward to. There's a main beach of sea-smoothed pebbles and a series of rocky coves – where the water's wonderfully clear for snorkelling and scuba diving. And if all these aren't enough for you, you could hire a boat to sail to other shores. Back on land in Nissaki, holidays revolve around a sprinkling of seafront tavernas – family-run and friendly, and a main street with mini-markets and shops for souvenirs and beach stuff (just a few but all you'll need). And behind the village are peaceful paths through the cypress shaded slopes of Mount Pandokator – so walkers and hikers could pack a picnic and disappear for a day that's perfectly peaceful and cheerfully cheap. Holidays to Nissaki make a beautiful base for local exploration – just south of lively Kassiopi and a short hop east of nights out in neighbouring Barbati.
So you're sold on this small and sweet resort. Where to stay …The family-friendly Hotel Nissaki Beach is a popular perennial. And for self-catering holidays to Nissaki, take a look at the Old Stone House or Nissaki House – each with its own pool. Or check our late deals for last minute holidays to Nissaki … to de-stress within days …
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