Zakynthos is the southernmost and third largest in both size and population of the Ionian islands. It is situated 8.5 nautical miles south of Kefallonia, 9.5 nautical miles west of the Peloponnese and approximately 300 kilometres west of the capital of Greece, Athens. Its geographical position ensures easy travel to[…]
After the continuous invasions that Zakynthos suffered, the island gave birth to some folklore traditions which are strongly connected to the religious worship. Throughout the centuries, the local feasts, mostly those that have a religious character are well-maintained to this day. Today, there are countless festivities accompanied by great wine[…]
Eating out in Greece is a national pastime and a leisurely pleasure. Whether dining at a local taverna or an elegant restaurant, Greeks take their time over food. The native cuisine is delightfully uncomplicated and quite different from what’s found in Greek restaurants abroad. Much of the cooking relies on[…]
Dining, drinking and Entertainment Bars, Cafes and Nightlife, Restaurants, Stage and Screen. All who need to keep you entertained until the early morning hours. Popular bars, pubs, discos, and Clubs offering live music and local dances, can be found at city of Alykes, Argasi, Zakynthos, Kalamaki and Laganas.
Zakynthos is an enchanting island with great natural beauty. It is not without a reason that the Caretta-Caretta turtles have chosen some of its magnificent beaches to lay their eggs on. The most famous sightseeing in Zakynthos is the Shipwreck Beach that has taken its name from a rusty, wrecked[…]
Zakynthos island is famous of its beautiful beaches with their crystal clear waters. Whatever is your preference and even if you are too exigent, it’s sure that you will find your perfect beach, in Zante island. From crowded and noisy to lonely and isolated, from sandy and organized to quiet[…]