How to get to Villa Nancy Apartments
This page is to help you get from Corfu Airport to Villa Nancy Apartments at Votana Kassiopi Corfu, Greece.
Welcome to Corfu ‘Kapodistrias’ Airport
After you have picked up your hired car, you need to reach the coast line. That will help you avoid unnecessary traffic and the complexity of the inner Corfiot Town. You will turn right just off the arrivals terminal. There you follow the lane until you reach the end of the airport building and then turn left. You just follow the well signed road keeping the airport parking area on your left hand side
until you reach the main road. A good rule of thumb is to follow the Port signs. Turn right and follow the main road until after 400 metres you reach
a big junction with four different directions. Study the signs and take the outer left to reach the ‘Port’ or ‘Center’. You will than be moving along the coast line in ‘Garitsa’ and will be enjoying the distant view of the ‘Old Fortress’, where you will now need to go. Following the main road, you will see on your left the ‘Duglas’ pinnacle and after a short uphill turn you will reach ‘Spianada’, the main Corfiot square and also the largest in the Balkans.
After a few metres drive you will be passing by the main entrance of the ‘Old Fortress’ on your right.
You then need to reach the new Port gate.
Continue your road until you reach the Palace gate. Pass under it and continue driving having the sea always on your right hand side. You will see the ‘New Fortress’ in the distance.
Drive past the first traffic lights. The signs just after the traffic lights show you that you are on the right way. Just before the next traffic lights and seen this sign you will see the new the Port Gate on your right. Continue past the traffic lights in front of the port gate. and carry on until the next traffic lights and crossroad. Turn right where the sign shows ‘Paleokastritsa’ and carry on in the high way. Cross the next traffic lights. A few metres ahead you will see the ‘LIDL supermarket’ on you left hand side. The next traffic lights are located next to the ‘AB’, another supermarket.
Carry on. After about 2 kms, you will see ‘Park Hotel’ on your left hand side. A huge boat is ‘parked’ outside!
Just after the hotel, you will be reaching the Tzavros Crossroad. Follow the signs to ‘Kassiopi’ - ‘Dassia’ and turn right at the traffic lights. Carry one until you reach a Shell petrol station and after two minutes you will reach ‘Dassia’
Carry on. The road now leads to a small descent. You can see an Algida kiosk, just ahead. Just before there is a little space on you right hand side. You can park to the side and have a rest. In front of you is the Ipsos bay and small port.
Now you come into the famous Ipsos, with its clubs, bars and discos. Your next goal is to reach the village of ‘Barbati’. So, leave Ipsos behind and carry on.
Driving up the hill with the BP petrol station on your left hand side. Do not turn left to Spartilas because you will end up to Pantocrator, the Corfiot mountain!
The road now becomes quite steep with a lot of bends, drive carefully. The next village you will see is Barbati with its church on your right, called ‘Agia Marina’
Leaving Barbati behind you come into the Municipality of Kassiopi. The huge sign on your right tells you that you are on the right way. The first village you will see is Nissaki, with its church on your right. Carry on, Pass by the Shell petrol station on your left hand side. Carry on
You will now reach two big prompt bents. Be careful and always allow space to the car in front of you to manoeuvre while turning.
You will then reach ‘Kendroma’, a local village with another prompt 210 degrees turn and ‘Loustri’ with the ‘St Helen and Konstantine’ church.
Carry on until the traffic lights in ‘Gimari’ and continue through the village of Vlachatika
Continue following the main road without turning right down to Kalami and Kouloura.
After 1 km you will reach the village of Sinies
continue until you reach the Shell petrol station.
After that and at about 500 metres you need to turn right when the sign points to Avlaki and Ag. Stefanos
You will then pass through the Michaelangelo village and at about 500 metres you will see the property’s gate on your right hand side.