The monastery of Anafonitria with its unique tower situated in the northwest area of Zakynthos. Here Saint Dionysios -protector of Zakynthos- forgave the murderer of his brother. Nowadays the monastery is a place of pilgrimage.
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Shipwreck is the most-visited tourist attraction in Zakynthos. The beach at navagio is enclosed within large cliffs, consisting of small white pebbles and stunning translucent blue waters. Laze in the sun while listening to the waves gently lap against the shore.
The small picturesque isle of Cameo located in Bay of Laganas is a remarkable art of nature.
Until 1633, Cameo was attached to the central nucleus of Zakynthos, but following violent earthquakes, it became utterly detached…
Porto Limnionas is a stunning fiord! Swim into the crystal clear, wild rocky waters and admire the beautiful purple and green colours of the rocks that surround you. Relax and take in the view at this rugged landscape.
Marathonisi is a small island located in the gulf of Laganas, across the Keri coast. The island is shaped like a turtle and it is one of the areas where the Caretta Caretta turtles go to lay their eggs.
Keri is a small village on a mountain, south-west of Zakynthos, overlooking the deep blue of the Ionian sea. The most popular places at Keri are: Limni Keriou with a great beach and a small port and the Lighthouse of Keri with a great view to the the Ionian sea.
The monastery of Anafonitria with its unique tower situated in the northwest area of Zakynthos. Here Saint Dionysios -protector of Zakynthos- forgave the murderer of his brother…
Blue Caves owe their name to the blue waters inside them. Objects below the water appear to turn blue. These practically virgin waters are the epitome of calm and relaxation. The caves are located just below the lighthouse at Cape Skinari.
Korakonissi Island is a unique and overwhelming monument to nature! The formation of the rocks creates an enormous arch that of which exceeds 20 meters and covers a small secluded bay…
Kampi is a village in the top of the rock of Shiza where a huge Cross -it was built in the memory of those who lost their life in the times of Bondage- dominates. From this point the view is breathtaking and it’s the perfect place for sunset.