We were there 2nd week in october 2003. Nice apartments, but really need bathroom cleaned daily as its a shower tray and this means floor gets wet & also the toilet bins have to lie unemptied for two days per week as maid service is only 5 times.
Great views and stony beach (take velcro sandals for swimming walking) less than 5 mins away. Kassiopi is lovely at night & recommend Spyros (next to hotel) or Strofilia (main street) or Kyma (overlooking harbour & Albania)for Greek food. Little Italy (left at main square) for gourmet Italian food.
Weather was very variable & the village was in wind-down mode at this time of year but prices were being reduced as a result!
Not bad place for a cheap set menu meal. Starters were fantastic
Very nice atmosphere & food excellent.
Fantastic vista from the balcony dining area over the harbour towards Albania.
A delight for lovers of Italian food. Dearer than others restaurants around but the cuisine is a notch up. House wine is a bit iffy though & service just a little too relaxed for our liking.
Euro for euro the best taverna in town. Great Greek menu & slightly more international special items. Atmosphere very relaxed & service excellent with english speaking staff from the UK who are all married to locals!
Try meze 3 for a great intro to real Greek food. House wine is good & you get a we snifter of mavrodafni (greek port) on paying the bill.
A great place for couples or those with families. Good selection of shops, tavernas & bars & people are mega friendly. Not an expensive place either.
Beaches are pebbly or stony but quite quiet & peaceful.
Good range of food available, although we prefer to stay 'native' you can easily get chinese, indian, english food but the greek stuff is tops and the italian food is also superb.
Only down side is the gut churning bus trip to/from the airport if, like me, you're a crap bus passenger. Put us off going to Albania (port of Saranda visible a couple of miles away) as you have to go to Corfu town to catch the boat to sail about 20 miles back to Saranda!