Nissaki is typically a small fishing village, with access to the white shingle beach down the steep olive groves. Although arduous in parts, the journey is well worth it, with spectacular views of the deep blue sea contrasting against the white pebbles. he heart of the town is mainly along the twisting through road, with a selection of bars and restaurants running alongside offering a wide selection of local cuisine. Local shops are still very old fashioned and traditional. The sea is clear and safe. Once you have got down to the beach you can easily walk to the tavernas that overlook the beach. Down the hill is the quiet and exclusive beach of Nissaki, which has a few tavernas on it. The sea there is a fantastic colour and well worth a visit. Agni is 5 minutes in a
car, a very pretty little bay and the first of the 3 famous tavernas, “Agni Taverna” is the far one to the left. In the middle is “Toulas” and then at the far end is “Nicholas”. Kalami Just after Agni is Kalami. You can walk there from Agni, but the best way is to get a boat taxi from Agni Taverna. The first main building on your left is the famous Durrell White House; the restaurant here was being beautifully restored this Spring.
On the outskirts of the village stands Agios Panton, the local church. Built in 1947, this rectangular building boasts impressive architectural structure, with the interior offering unique and intricate wooden carvings, geometric designs and ornate ceiling panels.