Zante

Zante, also often known as Zakynthos, is one of the most popular of the Greek islands. Book your holiday to Zante, where there's something for everyone. Choose from one of the many sandy beach resorts like Laganas, Kalamaki, Argassi or Tsilivi Beach, popular for sunbathing, swimming and watersports. Alternatively, explore the mountain villages and beautiful natural scenery in the north west. Top quality restaurants, bars and nightclubs will more than cater to your evening entertainment needs.
Popular holiday sights include Smugglers Cove, with its magnificent white cliffs and turquoise waters, the Blue Caves, to the north, popular for snorkelling and exploring the diverse marine wildlife, to Marathonisi, a small island which is the nesting ground for the endangered Caretta turtles. 

Top 3 Things to do in Zante.
 
Agios Prokopios beach in Naxos
The beach with the shipwreck of the metallic ship lying on the beach, semi-buried in the white sand is the most easily recognisable and the most photographed beach in Greece. It is situated at a distance of some 36,5 kilometers northwestern to the town of Zakynthos and 4 kilometers western to Volimes. The beach is accessible only from the sea, but you may also see it from above, standing on the high rocks that overlook it.
 
Zante Scuba Diving
There are a number of scuba diving schools available in Zante, as this is the sport that is favored and tried by almost all the tourists that choose a Zante holiday. These scuba diving schools give you the training, equipments and all the other requirements for a perfect dive into the blue sea. The dive is generally not deeper than 6 feet for new divers. But, if you have some experience, they may take you as deep as 30 feet into the water.
 
Tropical Beaches and Sea Caves of the Bay of Laganas
A small islet with tropical beaches and sea caves located just outside Keri Beach (Limni Keri) inside the bay of Laganas, in Zante (Zakynthos) Island, Greece.
 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

AIRPORT CODE: ZTH

AVERAGE TRANSFER TIME: 0.10 (hr.mm)