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Zakynthos villas guide

Famous Zakynthian churches and Monasteries
Zakynthos is littered with temples and religious communities's that have survived the devastating earthquake of 1953, as well as those that have been rebuilt since then. The following are the most well-known and frequently visited houses of worship and cloisters on Zakynthos....
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Day trip from Zakynthos to Kefalonia
If you want to do a day trip from Zakynthos you can visit our neighbour island of Kefalonia, we will suggest you the best places that you need to visit. Kefalonia is a wonderful island with a wide range of attractions. Beautiful beaches with golden sand may be found on one side of the island, while white pebble beaches abound on the other. This island has the most untamed terrain but is also covered with magnificent pine trees that frame every road.
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Dionisios Solomos the National Poetry

Dionysios Solomos is the National Poetry of Greece and was born in Zakynthos. If you visit Zakynthos you must read his history, you can visit the Solomos museum and see his Statue at Solomos main square of Zakynthos.

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Food and culinary customs on Zakynthos Island

The Greeks like dining out, sharing meals with friends, and enjoying the delectable foods that their land and oceans provide. Every visit to the archipelago will provide plenty of opportunities for significant gastronomic experiences because Ionian Islanders are all the same.

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Bohali View Point
If you visit Zakynthos main town, it is necessary to visit the famous hill of Bohali! Bohali is the most historical and beautiful neighborhood of all Zakynthos island. Bochali is only two kilometers from Zakynthos Town. One may enjoy the stunning views of the island, the sea, and beyond while looking over the harbor, the neighborhoods, and the streets below (as well as Argasi to the right). 
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Saint Dennis the Patron of Zakynthos island
The lovely island of Zakynthos is protected by Agios Dionysos. His feast day is observed twice a year. On December 17, his death anniversary, and August 24, when his remains were brought back to the island, there were celebrations
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Keri Village Zakynthos
The little community of Limni Keri is located at the base of the Marathia Cape hill, in front of the island of Marathonissi, about 20 kilometers from the city of Zakynthos. It is distinguished by a small, wonderful pebble beach, several cluster pines for shade, and a large number of local bars that give the bay a peculiar feel, especially at night. Stone houses and narrow streets, old houses that survived the devastating earthquake of 1953 and are now exhibits of the local rich architecture, a living history in a settlement.
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The story of Navagio beach

Every summer, thousands of people visit Zakynthos Island to see the world-famous beach of Navagio or the shipwreck beach. In this blog, we will uncover the story behind the famous ship. Navagio Beach was formerly known as Agios Georgios. The story is told by the ghost of the Panagiotis, a smuggling ship that ran aground here in 1980. The Panagiotis was being pursued by the Greek navy because it was thought to be transporting contraband cigarettes to Italy. The details are unclear and might never be made public. A marine police officer found the ship on October 5th, 1980, with roughly 2000 packs of cigarettes and 30 million greek money tthan on board.

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Zakynthian Olive oil

One of the rare sites in the world where the number of olive trees has doubled recently is the Greek island of Zakynthos or Zante in the Ionian Sea. The island's olive oil, which is of outstanding quality due to the island's great weather and soil condition, provides a large component of the local economy. The Zakynthos island is largely covered in olive groves. The groves are particularly lovely since they contain enormous, towering old trees.

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Christmas in Greece

The holiday season is fantastic. The cities became beautifull with lots of lights, christmas songs all around their roads, dazzling and colorful windows, and an overall atmosphere of joy and relaxation. Christmas spirit is a joy, holidays, a lot time for families, and partying, marked by special events, outdoor activities, and efforts to exhibit everything lovely.

This transition brings out the finest to enjoy anywhere Christmas is observed, and Greece in Christmas time is not exception! For the uninitiated, traveling to Greece in the winter may seem strange.

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Vasilopita: All you need to know

"Vasilopita" may be a term you are familiar with. You may have attended a few events when the fabled New Year's bread was served. Maybe you were there when one fortunate guest found the buried gold coin inside their slice. Why, therefore, is there such a fuss about some sweet bread and a coin? Why, and since when, does it seem that this custom is a part of every New Year's celebration? How then can you participate yourself? We're here to clear everything up.

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How to get to Zakynthos
Zakynthos, also known as Zante, is a beautiful island located in the Ionian Sea in Greece. Known for its crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, and charming villages, it's no wonder why Zakynthos is a popular vacation destination. If you're planning a trip to this beautiful island, here's how to get there. 
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April in Zante
Zakynthos is a beautiful Greek island that attracts tourists from all over the world. While it is a popular destination throughout the year, April is the perfect time to visit if you want to escape the crowds and experience the island's natural beauty in peace. In this blog, we will discuss why you should consider visiting Zakynthos in April.

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Carnival in Zakynthos

You will be astonished by what you see if you show up unprepared to the Zakynthian carnival. With everything going on in the streets, it doesn't seem at all Greek. The carnival, which include dances, parties, parades, and theatrical performances, lasts roughly three weeks each year, not only in the island's capital, but all around.

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Sarakostis Tradition in Greece

The season of abstinence from food and drink known as Sarakosti in Greece begins seven weeks before Easter Sunday  and continues for a total of forty days. Since the fourth century, members of the Greek Orthodox Church have been expected to follow the tradition of Sarakosti.

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Zakynthos Travel Guide 2023

Zakynthos, also known as Zante, is one of the most well-known and gorgeous islands in Greece. It is home to the internationally renowned Navagio (Shipwreck) beach as well as the critically endangered Caretta Caretta marine turtle species. The unique island can be found in the Ionian Sea, and it is home to some truly breathtaking landscapes, beaches, and communities.

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Easter in zakynthos

During Holy Week, Zakynthos takes on a hue all its own. The people of this place also hold themselves to a higher standard of decorum when it comes to religious rituals and other traditions that have been passed down through the ages.

The solemn church bells of the city and the towns of our island began to sound at 11 a.m. on the Saturday of Lazarus, marking the beginning of Megalovdomado.
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National Marine Park of Zakynthos

Marathonisi, located in Laganas Bay, is part of the Marine Park of Zakynthos, it is also known as "Turtle Island," and is one of the Ionian Sea's lesser-known but no less important attractions, because to its distinctive shape and its role as a breeding site for sea turtles.

The islet may be found in Laganas Bay, directly off Keri Beach, and is close to the bigger island of Zakynthos. The two smaller islets that make up Marathonisi are collectively known as Pontikonisia.

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The best tours in Zakynthos island for 2023


Are you wondering what the best cruises will be in the summer of 2023 on the most popular Ionian island, Zakynthos?

 In this blog we will help you choose the best ones! So read the hottest spots that you must visit during your vacation on this beautiful and exuberant island!

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Ionian Islands Travel Guide

Ionian Islands Travel Information

The Ionian Islands are the third most frequented group of Greek islands, following the Cyclades and Crete. Since Venetian rule, these islands off the country's western coast have had strong cultural ties with Italy. Not only are the Ionian Islands well-known for their distinctive architecture, but also for their stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and captivating scenery. Corfu, Zakynthos, Kefalonia, and Lefkada are the most crowded and frequented by tourists, whereas Ithaca, Paxi, Kythira, and Meganisi are ideal for peaceful vacations.

Now is the moment to visit the Ionian Islands!

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