70 miles of sandy coastline make hitting the beach in Zante a real treat. This island is known for its washed-up old shipwreck, but its inland draws include quaint villages to explore, and a bar scene to rival them all. There’s plenty to enchant all ages, whether you’re with family or friends.
Sparkling emerald and turquoise waters have given Zante its reputation for being brilliant for a beach break. Laganas is where you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of sea turtles, while Argassi and Kalamaki are popular resorts with pristine stretches of sand. There’ll be water sports to try out too.
Arguably one of Zante’s most well-known landmarks is Navagio Beach, with its time-treasured shipwreck sitting pretty on the sands. It’s nestled within chalky cliffs, and won’t be hard to spy. The Blue Caves are another must-see, and are best enjoyed by boat. Monasteries, museums and festivals throughout the summer await inland.
Greek island life
Family-friendly attractions aren’t in short supply – who’s up for water parks and mini-golf? Parks with hundreds of acres are great for walks with the kids. If you’re more interested in food and drink, you can feast like the Greeks in traditional tavernas. Don’t miss Zante Town or Laganas Strip for bars.
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Zante is a Greek island that lies to the west of the mainland of Greece. It is part of the Ionian Islands and is situated in the Ionian Sea.
How long is the flight from UK to Zante?
Belfast to Zante – 4 hours 10 minutes
Birmingham to Zante – 3 hours 40 minutes
Bristol to Zante – 3 hours 35 minutes
East Midlands to Zante – 3 hours 40 minutes
Edinburgh to Zante – 4 hours 10 minutes
Glasgow to Zante – 4 hours 5 minutes
Leeds Bradford to Zante – 3 hours 50 minutes
London Stansted to Zante – 3 hours 30 minutes
Manchester to Zante – 3 hours 50 minutes
Newcastle to Zante – 4 hours
How many airports does Zante have?
Zante has one airport, which is also known as Dionysios Solomos Airport. It is located in the south-east of the island. Find out more about Zante Airport, including parking, Special Assistance and which terminal to use.
How far is Zante Airport from central Zante?
Zante Airport is around 24km from the centre of the island.
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