Zakynthos, Greece
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Zakynthos Introduction

Sun-kissed Zakynthos is a glittering jewel of the Ionian Sea, which attracts hordes of happy holidaymakers each summer. Whatever your idea of a great holiday may be, this idyllic island getaway has you covered. Its lively coastal towns offer bustling beaches, glamorous resorts and legendary nightlife. But it’s also incredibly easy to get off the beaten track and escape to an unspoilt natural paradise, replete with majestic mountains, deserted coves and exotic wildlife.

Hotels in Zakynthos

There's a fantastic range of hotels in Zakynthos, with something to suit every budget and preference. At the top end of the scale, there are opulent 5-star resorts equipped with every luxury facility you could wish for, including full-service health spas, fitness clubs, hot tubs and state-of-the-art business centres. The island’s 3- and 4-star resorts are perfect for family holidays, and tend to provide amenities such as outdoor pools and complimentary breakfasts. If you're travelling on a budget, you'll also find smart, discount hotels, where you can expect your room rate to include free WiFi and on-site parking.

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Where to stay

Party animals should book a hotel in Laganas. As the island’s biggest resort, it has plenty of bars vying enticing you in with lively music. If the long nights out leave you tired, simply kick back on the sandy beach and soak up the sun. Tsilivi is a great family-friendly alternative. Its beach boasts gentle, shallow waters – perfect for splashing around in with the kids. Nightlife is a little more subdued here, but there are still lively bars and romantic tavernas to be found. Culture aficionados should consider in Zakynthos Town, where you'll find most of the island's historical buildings and museums.

Things to see

Many are lured to Zakynthos by the prospect of picture-perfect beaches, and the island certainly delivers on that front. The jewel in the crown is Gerakas Beach, which is blissfully unspoilt and spotlessly clean – an idyllic stretch of sand surrounded by gorgeous limestone and sandstone cliffs. The island is also renowned for its magical Blue Caves, which can be explored on glass-bottomed boat trip. Enjoy a swim in the most brilliantly blue waters imaginable, before continuing on to the legendary Shipwreck Beach, so named because a smuggler ship was wrecked here in 1980. If you fancy a break from the sun, the Byzantine Museum of Zakynthos is home to a stunning collection of precious artworks, including beautiful frescoes dating back as far as the 12th century. You could also take the time to visit Grampsas Winery, where you can sample locally produced wine as you look across the enchanting countryside.

How to get to Zakynthos

Zakynthos International Airport is served throughout the summer months by flights from many major European cities, including London, Dublin and Amsterdam. If you're visiting out of season, daily flights depart from Athens throughout the year. From the airport, Zakynthos Town is around a 10-minute drive. Alternatively, Zakynthos can be reached by ferry from Kyllini on the Greek mainland. The best way to travel in Zakynthos is by car – you’ll find rental services are readily available. If you don’t fancy driving, however, there are bus services available across the island, or you can simply hop in a taxi.

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