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Dassia Holidays & Hotels

Hotels in Dassia

Perfect for families, couples and solo travellers alike, beach holidays to Dassia on Corfu’s pretty eastern coast involve authentic Greek cuisine, awesome watersports and easy daytrips.

This friendly, low key resort is framed by fragrant pine woods offering dazzling views over towards the Greek mainland. Although small it’s very well-established with bars, shops and restaurants lining the coastal road down to the amazing golden beach. Long summer days here can be spent chilling under a palm tree whilst night times are just the right side of lively. Accommodation is varied here, with a number of mid-range hotels and self-catering apartments, plus of course there's the fantastic 5 star luxury Ikos Dassia resort right on the seafront.


Where to stay

Dassia Beach

Dassia’s Blue Flag pebble and shingle beach stretches for a whole 200 metres with a bottom that soon turns sandy once you’re in the clear, shallow water. The fringe of the beach is dotted with olive trees offering some much-needed shade and watersports include parasailing and pedalo hire. You can even take a boat out for a few hours to explore the coastline at your own pace. Accommodation here spans everything from basic self-catering apartments, small half-board hotels and boutique B&Bs right up to luxurious 4 and 5 star resorts.

Agia Eleni

If you really do want to get away from it all – and don’t mind being a bit further back from the beach – head inland to the gorgeous little rustic village of Agia Eleni. Just a few minutes up the hull from central Dassia, it’s a world away from the tourism and watersports with its peaceful atmosphere and handful of friendly tavernas. Accommodation here is very quiet, mostly made up of small family run hotels alongside pretty whitewashed villas with swimming pools. Sounds like heaven? We think so too!

What to see

If you fancy getting out and about, it’s well worth having a wonder round Corfu Town, especially as it’s only a 10-minute car journey from Dassia. Criss-crossed by narrow alleyways, historic monuments and Venetian-style buildings, you can explore the many museums, shops and churches to your heart’s content. Stop off for lunch at one of the chic little eateries down on The Esplanade or perch on a bar stool outside a pavement café for a long drink of something cool.

Away from Corfu town, and for something a little different, why not see the area on horseback using one of the many inland riding schools or take a skippered boat trip to take in the picturesque shoreline from the sea.


An evening spent bar-hopping is easy in Dassia as all of them are lined up mainly along the coastal road and down towards the beach. Perfect for kicking back with a cocktail or sampling the local Ouzo, the entertainment varies from local live music to bars belting out recognisable chart tunes. If you’re lucky, you may even get to see some traditional Greek plate smashing too!

What to eat

Tavernas and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets are in no short supply here, offering a range of Greek dishes as well as international cuisine for those craving a taste of home. Most of the restaurants can be found along the coast road between the town and the beach. Seafood is the order of the day here, with delicacies including delicious locally caught sea bass, whitebait and squid. Don’t forget to try some authentic Corfiot food too, like sofrito (a dish of sliced veal in vinegar, parsley and garlic) or bourdeto, a fish strew laced with pepper.


The shops in Dassia are mostly on the beach and along the coastal road, all offering a great assortment of ceramic goods, handmade souvenirs, T-shirts and hand-carved olive wood. If you fancy picking up something to munch, you’ll come across a handy supermarket at the end of the main road selling all sorts of yummy snacks like olives, crisps, bread, feta cheese and local wine.

Fast Facts about Dassia

  • Direct flight time: 4 hours from London
  • Transfer time from Corfu Airport to Dassia: 20 minutes
  • Time Zone: 2 hours ahead of the UK
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Greek
  • Average price of a domestic beer: €3.50
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: €6
  • Number of Brit tourists per year: Around 400,000




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10/10 Amazing

13 June 2013

Small city

Close to beach.

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10/10 Amazing

13 June 2013

Good location from beach

Small city, quiet.

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Near beach

10/10 Amazing

13 June 2013

Small city

Close to beach

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8/10 Great

24 August 2012

Quite and restfull

Just a quite place to enjoy but places for the young to go in the early hours at the end of the resort and then very lively. Stoney beach but very clean Lovely bars on beach front to sit and watch the world go by. One main road with bars and restaurants

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6/10 Good

22 June 2013


plenty of tavernas and the beach area has many more. great lkinks to Corfu town and the rest of the Island

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6/10 Good

22 August 2012



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6/10 Good

22 November 2011

our holiday

quiet resort not much to do at night if you are on the young side, good beach safe swimming

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quiet and pleasant

6/10 Good

17 November 2011

Dassia Corfu

Quiet resort mainly for families and older people

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6/10 Good

17 November 2011

Our Second Home

We have been going to Dassia for over 30 yrs, seen a a lot of changes in resort not all for the best

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no louts