Nature in Zakynthos
Agios Sostis Beach
This is a narrow sandy beach with pebbles in some places. The sea is shallow and crystal clear.
A large beach with fine sand and clear blue sea which is ideal for families awaits you here at Alykes
Welcome to the biggest beach of Zakynthos! The landscape here is special, with a forest that succeeds the beautiful sand dunes.
What is striking about this cave is that it has two entrances - one above the other!
Kalamaki is one of the most popular beaches on the island. Try and stay here for as along as you can so that you can enjoy the wonderful colours of the sunset
Wherever you stand the wild rocks meet the sea which is surrounded by rich vegetation, from here you may admire one of the most beautiful sunsets in Greece.
Keri Lake or Keri beach which it is also known as took its name from the large lake that was once there.
Makris Gialos Beach
A quite beach with steep rocks all around, pebbles, small caves and cool turquoise water.
This is the perfect place to go to if you want to feel a sense of calmness and you also have a great view of Marathonisi.
If you want to feel a little bohemian you should pay a visit to the Marathia plates.
Marathonisi is one place that you must visit, and if you are lucky enough to go when it's not so busy and there are light winds it is paradise on earth!
This small, beautiful bay found in between Saint Nikolaos and Porto Roma gives you a sense of calmness.
Mikro Nisi Beach
Surrounded by the deep, blue sea and an interwoven coastline there is a beautiful small cape on which you will find 'mikro nisi'.
Close to the village of Argassi you will find Mount Skopos which has some amazing panoramic views of this area.
Here you will want to dive into the sea several times and if you stay late you will enjoy a beautiful sunset.
Prepare yourself for a swim in the cold waters of the beautiful, wild, rugged, natural fiord that is Porto Roxa!
Porto Zoro Beach
A sandy beach with a massive rock formation that impressively emerges from the sea.
Sekania is the most astonishing remote beach of Zakynthos and the center of the national marine park
Skinari Cape, which is found at the northernmost tip of Zakynthos has some breathtaking, panoramic views
Skopos: Up on the holy mountain - two old churches and unique panoramic view from the very top
The panoramic view is beautiful and this was where Dionysios Solomos once sat and wrote the national anthem.
The Blue Caves
The stunning natural formation of the Blue Caves is one of the sites that you definitely must visit during your stay in Zakynthos.
The Gulf of Laganas
The clear, warm, shallow waters of Laganas Gulf make it one of the most fascinating places to swim in all of Greece.
The National Marine Park
The Marine Park's objectives are to preserve the vast natural heritage and conserve the ecological balance of the marine and coastal area it surrounds, including the islets of Laganas Bay (Marathonisi and Pelouzo) and the Islets of Strofades. Furthermore,
And finally you have arrived at the 'Shipwreck'! All you have been told, all you have heard and all you have seen on postcards does not do this beach justice!
The Western Coast of Zakynthos
Along the western coast of Zakynthos you won't find long sandy beaches but you will discover some of the most beautiful spots for swimming and snorkeling.
Very close to Zakynthos Town and a winner of the 'International Blue Flag' award for it's clean beaches.
Xigia ‘dipla’ Beach
Here you can choose between two beaches, both of which are pebbled and have deep, turquoise waters.
This small sandy bay with dense vegetation is ideal for those seeking tranquility and relaxation.