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Nidri (also spelt Nydri) is a small town on Greece’s Lefkada island located 17km south-east of the island’s capital, Lefkada town. It is also a municipality and is one of the most popular tourist resorts in the area. Nidri offers a wide range of different types of accommodation, from budget-friendly hostels and self-catering apartments to upmarket half-board style hotels and resorts. Whether you’re a solo traveller keen to explore, a family looking for some fun in the sun or a couple seeking a romantic holiday for two, Nidri offers something for everyone.

Nidri is home to around 800 people and the area itself is made up of stunning traditional settlements dotted along the coastline. These include the attractive hillside villages of Neohori, Poros, Fterno, Platistoma, Vafkeri, Rahi, Haradiatika and Katahor. The area of Nidri itself attracts a large number of Greek, English, German, French and Italian tourists every summer, who flock here to enjoy the crystal blue sea, delicious food and beautiful beaches. With so much on offer, why not choose Nidri for your next getaway in the sun.

Where to stay

Nidri Beach

The main beach at Nidri is a long shingle one. It’s rarely overcrowded, incredibly clean, and the sea is as clear as tap water. If you are a beach lover and want to stay close by, it’s worth choosing accommodation located on the northern side of Nidri. Many of the bigger hotels are on the south side, which is ideal for those wanting to be near the main centre and shops, but it’s a longer walk to the shore.

If you’re feeling energetic, take a relaxing walk or ride through the many olive groves or hike across to the nearby hills of Paleokatouna, Haradiatika or Neohori.

Southern Nidri

Ideal for anyone who’s looking for somewhere central with a good range of shops, restaurants and bars, the southern end of Nidri is a little more developed than the north. Don’t be fooled though – this is no clubbing hotspot! Whilst there’s plenty going and a good mix of larger hotels, villas and apartments, southern Nidri also offers a couple of handy supermarkets for stocking up on souvenirs and essentials.

What to see

Away from the unmissable beach, Nidri is mainly made up of pretty cobbled streets, white painted houses and blue domed churches that look just like the pictures of Greece you see on postcards. Relaxing and easy to walk around, the elegant little port is full of small fishing boats, sailboats and luxury yachts. Why not head out on one of the many boat trips on offer to see some amazing off-shore sights like Onassis’ private island, Skorpios.

Don’t forget to take a trip over to Nydri Waterfalls too (head to the middle of the village where you’ll find a road that takes you to a breath-taking canyon about 2km away) showcasing the beautiful Ronies and Dimosaris waterfalls.


Nidri comes alive every summer with tourists all looking for good fun, good drink and plenty of relaxation. There are certainly some great places to choose from, but don’t expect to find the kind of throbbing nightclubs you might expect in places like Ibiza though!

When it comes to chilling out and having a drink you’ll find a broad variety of music bars, cafes and lounge bars all of which stay open until the wee small hours over the summer.

What to eat

There are all sorts of restaurants, bars, pubs and traditional Greek taverns to be discovered in Nidri and surrounding areas ranging from cheap eats to mid-range Italian and Greek joints to luxury cuisine. If seafood is your thing, we recommend heading down to the port to sit out on a balmy evening and sample the day’s catch with a delicious glass of something cold.


If you dream of wandering down cobbled, sun-kissed streets lined with quaint authentic Greek shops selling pretty handmade trinkets then Nidri is the place for you. Most of them are located on the main central street that runs through Nidri or around the port. Supermarkets, bakeries and pharmacies are all open late for your convenience during summer.

Fast Facts about Nidri

  • Direct flight time: 3.5 hours from London
  • Transfer time from Aktion/Preveza Airport to Nidri: 30 minutes
  • Time Zone: 2 hours ahead of the UK
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Greek
  • Average price of a domestic beer: €4
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: €8
  • Number of Brit tourists per year: Around 150,000




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