Places to Explore


Nestling between Nisaki and Agni, a steep road, winding it’s way through the olive groves, takes you down to Kaminaki where you will find one of the NE coast’s best kept secret. Crystal clear waters, two traditional tavernas and water sports at your fingertips, it is a perfect family - friendly bay full of rustic charm.


A beautiful harbour and small pebble beach, Nisaki has a lovely bustling village feel offering two traditional tavernas and a vibrant beach bar overlooking the bay. You can rent both sun beds and umbrellas if you wish to relax after a leisurely lunch!

Agios Arsenios Cove

The stunning little church of Saint Arsenios is nestled into the rocks and was a great source of inspiration for the British writer, Lawrence Durrell. Here you will also find two fantastic caves to explore and some exciting jumping rocks!


A beautiful bay renowned for its 3 phenomenal tavernas that offer delicious fresh food and great service. Each of the tavernas has its own jetty for mooring and a member of staff will be on hand to help you. Next to Agni Bay, you will find Yaliskari beach, a perfect quiet bay to relax before or after lunch.


Located just after Agni, Kalami is a long pebble beach with an array for tavernas, bars and supermarkets. It is also the home of ‘The White House’ where Lawrence Durrell and his family spent their days in the 1930s. Today, part of the house is a taverna that serves fresh fish and traditional fare with its own private mooring jetty.


A stunning picturesque horseshoe harbour with an adjoining pebble beach with stunning eucalyptus trees to find shade under. Here you will find a lovely taverna overlooking the bay which is very popular at lunchtime and is one of the most photographed spots on the island. The harbour can be a little tricky to moor in but is worth it!


Here you will find a beautiful long stretch of beach with calm and pristine waters. Kerasia Taverna is a long-established fish taverna serving fantastic food and is very popular with the locals throughout the year.

Agios Stefanos

Continuing to head North, you will find Agios Stefanos, a vibrant and picturesque fishing harbour dotted with waterfront tavernas and bars, all in keeping with its charm. There are also some lovely shops to wander around and good supermarkets to pick up any essentials.


Kassiopi is the largest village in the Northeast of the island and the furthest point to which you can travel. It has a majestic harbour that is easy to moor in and a whole host of tavernas, bars, shops, supermarkets, coffee shops and pharmacies. We often suggest heading up to Kassiopi first thing for a coffee before meandering back down the coast for lunch and swimming.