The village of Nymfes is about 200 metres above sea level.On a road leading out of the village are waterfalls that, according to legend, Nymphs used to bathe in them. The waterfalls are best visited in the spring after the winter rains. The summer heat dries them up.
Follow the road out of the village past the new sports/football stadium, keep going along the road until you find them. (Please note- on our last visit part of the road had collapsed, we parked our car and safely walked the rest of the journey to the falls.)
Nymfes (Greek: Νύμφες meaning nymphs) is a village in the northern part of the island of Corfu, Greece. It was the seat of the municipality of Thinali. In 2001 its population was 756 for the village and 1,124 for the community, which includes the village Platonas. Nymfes is situated in green hills, 4 km from the coast. It is 3 km west of Episkepsi and 19 km northwest of Corfu (city).