Fiscardo is a working village and has a small permanent population. Therefore all necessary facilities are available. Additionaly, to cater for the summer influx of visitors, the village has an impressive range of cafes, restaurants, shops and accommodation. The village is rich in history ranging from Roman remains to the well preserved Venetian buildings still in use today. Hours can be spent exploring the small streets, sitting by the harbourside, visiting the archeological sites and more! Find a full list of activities here.
The village is compact so nothing is too far and most attractions can be reached on foot. If you are arriving by car, you can leave your vehicle in the main car park above the village – parking is free. If the car park is full, then park to the side of the main road leading towards the car park. There are various flights of steps leading into the village. If you wish to avoid steps there are also several small roads. Cars are not allowed onto the village. Wherever you have parked, the easiest way to find the village, is to make your way towards the harbour which you should be able to see from the patking areas. It is possible to stay on the waterfront and walk from the ferry point, right around to the stone jetty the opposite side of the harbour. This way you will be able to check-out all the harbour-side shops, cafes and restaurants.
There is plenty of parking and there are good sunbeds and umbrellas available for a small charge.
The beach restaurant set on the hillside just above, is excellent and has a good menu as well is ice creams and cold drinks.