Departure / Arrival
|London Gatwick to Zante||22-Jul-14||12 nights||from £484|
|Birmingham to Zante||29-Jun-14||39 nights||from £373|
|London Gatwick to Zante||14-Jul-14||14 nights||from £388|
|London Gatwick to Zante||06-Jun-14||3 nights||from £275|
|London Gatwick to Zante||04-Sep-14||14 nights||from £174|
|Birmingham to Zante||29-Aug-14||7 nights||from £501|
|Glasgow to Zante||31-Aug-14||15 nights||from £321|
|London Gatwick to Zante||15-Aug-14||13 nights||from £420|
|London Gatwick to Zante||13-Aug-14||12 nights||from £411|
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Flying to Zante
Zante, also known as Zakynthos, is one of the largest Ionian islands and just 8.5 miles from the island of Kefalonia. An island rich in history dating back to 1500 BC, from the Achaeans through to Roman times and more recently the Venetians. A beautiful green island with many attractions it is even possible to catch a glimpse of Loggerhead Turtles gathering to lay their eggs on the southern shores. The landscape is one of green slopes, olive groves and craggy coasts interspersed with beautiful white beaches. Once described by the Venetians as the 'Flower of the East' this charming island has all the ingredients for a great holiday.
Zante can be a wonderful destination for families. There are great beaches all around the island being the ones on the east the best for children. The most popular beaches are Alikes, Alikanas, and Argasi. On the west part, the cliffs falling into the sea make the beach inaccessible; you can swim at the Navagio, a beach created around an actual shipwreck that can only be reached by boat, and at the Limnionas lagoon.
Customer favourite hotels in Zante
Most recent booking for this hotel was 09/03/2014 at 16:33
“ Requested a ground floor room due too partners walking difficulties but ended on 1st floor just aswell there was a lift,even thought there was some ground floors vacant.
June from Preston
Most recent booking for this hotel was 08/03/2014 at 13:32
“ We were in a group of seven girls aged 30-40 for a friend's hen do. We came out on 20 September so out of season and that suited us fine! We had the pool to ourselves and found the place suited our needs.
Michelle from Christchurch
Most recent booking for this hotel was 05/03/2014 at 01:08
“ made very welcome, did have a problem with a leak in bathroom did take three days to eventualy move us to a new room, could do with a kettle in rooms had to wait for breakfast for a cup of tea, and no where to keep water cool except if you hired a fridge at 5 euro a day. overall a good stay and would go back but go self catering.
Stephen from Morden