Nydri is a seaside village in the prefecture of Lefkada in Greece. It has a population of 865 inhabitants. Nydri is one of the most tourist resorts in the prefecture. It is located in the eastern part of the island. Nydri became known due to Onassis, because in 1963 the shipowner Aristotle Onassis bought the island of Scorpio opposite. Since then the village has hosted a number of celebrities from around the world. The most famous spot in Nydri is the waterfront offering visitors a spectacular sunset.
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His tomb is in the Geni area of Nydri
Wilhelm Dörpfeld died in 1940 on the island of Lefkada, Greece, believing that the bay of Nidri was the historical Ithaca, home of Odysseus in Homer’s Odyssey.
The waterfalls of Dimosari are next to the most tourist and cosmopolitan part of the island Nydri, but the tranquility of the landscape is unique.