|Once at Nymphes don’t miss to visit the small falls at “Akoli”; unfortunately, the falls have water only in winter and in early spring. At a distance of 1 kilometer southern to the village there is the church of Estavromenos (Christ Crucified), with excellent architectural features. Finally, you may visit the Askitario of Nymphes, where Artemios Paisios from Epirus lived as a hermit.
If you feel like wandering more, you may visit the scenic villages of Aghioi Douli and Choroepiskopi at a distance of 8,5 and 13 kilometers respectively, southern to Roda.
Several hotels, studios and rooms to let are available for accommodation within the settlement and in the broader area. There is also a camping with full facilities for those preferring this kind of lodging. Food and drink is plenty and good in the sea front taverns and in the taverns of the village.
Swimming is possible at the nice, well-organized, sandy beach of the resort (awarded a blue flag), as well as at the nearby beaches of Aghios Stephanos, Astrakeri and Aghios Andreas.
Several local feasts (“panighyri”) take place in the area; in June, in honor of Aghia Triada (Holy Trinity) at the homonymous Monastery in Klimatia; on the 7th July, in honor of Aghia Kyriaki at Xanthates. There are also the local feasts in honor of Aghios Georgios (on the 23rd of April or on Monday following Easter) at Klimatia, and in honor of Aghios Konstantinos and Eleni at Nymphes on the 21st of May.
In case of health problems you should address to the local Medical Center of Acharavi, 3 kilometers far away at the East, or to the pharmacy of the village. There is a Police Station at Karoussades (5 kilometers western to Roda). Access from the capital (Corfu, 40 kilometers) is easy by public bus (the green ones) and by rented or private car and motorbikes. Local taxis are also available in the village.