Shipwrecks and Sea Turtles

4-Day Zakynthos Beach Experience - Greece

Prices from £270 pp

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Duration4 days / 3 nights (flexible)


Suitable for families

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Zakynthos is known as “The Pearl of the Ionian Sea” for a reason. It has crystal clear turquoise water, white chalk cliffs, green cypress and olive trees and secluded shipwreck studded beach. With options to walk over the wooden bridge to Cameo Island and enjoy the golden beaches or stay overnight at the idyllic Porto Kaminia beach, this rare gem has a lot offer.

What's included

  • Accommodation – price based on 2 people sharing
  • 3 x breakfast
  • Smuggler’s Bay boat excursion

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To Zakynthos

Zakynthos has an international airport and is easily accessible by ferry from Lefkas, Kefalonia and also mainland Greece, so arriving here will be easy today. It is a relatively small island and is known for its crystal-clear water, the white cliffs and the rugged mountains. Drive along winding roads through the unspoilt interior to your studio located on the east side of the island, on a quiet and fine sandy beach. After checking in, take a dip in the sea water, or settle down at one of the beachside taverns and enjoy a cool drink. If you’re full of energy explore the villages with orange roofs and marvel at the two million olive trees as you avoid crossing goats before cooling off on one of the sandy or pebble beaches.

To Zakynthos

The Shipwreck and the Blue Caves & free time

Smuggler’s Bay is on the agenda today. The Navagio Bay has become famous for the shipwreck that lies here. In 1980 the ship ran aground, full of cigarettes and booze, hence the nickname Smuggler’s Bay. You’ll depart from the harbour and sail across the blue waters to the bay, before continuing to the ever-changing shades of the water in the Blue Caves. The next day you’ll have plenty of time to explore Zakynthos on your own. Journey back to the shipwreck to see it from above or head to Cameo Island and snorkel off of the its golden-sand beaches. For the most beautiful sunset go to the lighthouse in Keri. It’s the perfect vantage point to watch the sun disappear into bay.

a woman walks near a shipwreck on a beach

Time to leave Zakynthos

Today you say goodbye to Zakynthos and decide the best way to continue your journey. Lefkas and Kefalonia are also located on the west coast of Greece or The Peloponnese, the peninsula of Greece, has long sandy beaches, monasteries carved in rocks and stone tower houses.

waves rush in towards the golden sands
David on a rickshaw

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"For me, it's the hidden sandy beaches that made me fall in love with Greece. Everything is so picturesque and the local hospitality is just so welcoming."

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