Snorkeling

Porto Vromi

Porto Vromi
Porto Vromi

A small picturesque bay with thick sand, pebbles and deep waters in the North-West of the island is linked to the mountainous villages of Maries,  Anafonitria and Orthonies. The cove is full of little caves and scenic views of the surrounding rocks and cliffs.

Keri Caves

Keri caves
Keri caves

Even though it does not qualify as a beach and you can only access it by the sea, Keri Caves is definitely worth visiting. Just off Keri Cape you can find this little paradise of crystal clear turquoise waters and a succession of caves from which the area takes its name.

Porto Roxa

Porto Roxa
Porto Roxa

As with Limnionas, this small cove is a secluded resort tucked away from the busy commercialized tourist areas on the island. The deep azure waters are a refreshing break form the heat at the peak of the summer, however come organised as there are not many facilities near by.

Marathias

Marathias Beach Zante
Marathias beach, Zakynthos

This beautiful white pebbly beach is located opposite Marathonissi islet at Keri Lake. To access the beach you need to drive up the hill and park off the main road before you walk down a steep path which leads to the sea.

Makris Gialos

A beautiful sandy-pebbly beach with deep, cool waters in the north of the island. This is a great destination after a tour of the northern part of the island. The crystal clear waters and small caves found in the little bay are perfect for snorkeling and exploration.

Ksygia

Ksygia beach
Ksygia beach

This small pebbly beach can be found approximately 20 km from Zakynthos Town. The beach is known for its underwater sulphur spring which also gives a distinctive smell to the area. The locals are convinced of the water's remedial qualities, especially for conditions such as arthritis.

Porto Limnionas

Porto Limnionas
Porto Limnionas

On the west side of the island, approximately 7 km from Agios Leon, you can find Limnionas a beautiful cove tacked away from the busy tourist resorts. There is no beach as such and in order to approach the water you need to walk down steep steps formed in the rocks.

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