Duration: 5-6 hours Itinaery starts at 9 am
Explore all the visible and hidden gems of the Northen part of Zakynthos. See the most famous beaches Shipwreck beach and explore the magnificent blue water of the Blue Caves. Xigia Beach is located on the eastern coast of the northern part of the island. The beaches in this part of the island are tiny, mostly pebble. So is the sulfuric beach. In the water in this region of the island, sulfur is being mined, so the water contains large amounts of it. When swimming by the beach, You can see the characteristic turbidity in the water.
This tour is with a captain and lasts 5 hours.
Itinerary starts at 9 am.
See and swim at the most beautiful beach in the world Shipwreck Beach:
• Explore the Blue Caves
• Swim at Xigia Beach the natural Spa and Sulfar of Zakynthos
• Visit Makris Gialos
• St Andrea’s and secret beach
Itinerary Pick Up: Agios Sostis Port Next to Cameo island
Stop 1: Blue caves
The Blue Caves are one of the most famous attractions in Zakynthos. Located on the northwest coast, between the port of Agios Nikolaos and Cape Skinari, the Blue Caves consist of a series of natural caves and arches ending in the large cave and the small cave
Stop 2: Shipwreck Beach (Navagio)
The most beautiful beach of Zakynthos and one of the most beautiful beaches in the world . It consists of small white pebbles with the blue shades of the sea as it results making the waters the bluest ever seen
Stop 3: St. Andreas
Stop 4: Makris Gialos beach
Thе sсеniс bеасh оf Mаkris Giаlοs liеs оn thе nοrth соаst οf thе islаnd, bеtwееn Alуκеs аnd Аgiоs Niκοlаоs pοrt. It is pеbbly bеасh with сrуstаl сlеаr green wаtеr but thе mоst intеrеsting is the Landscape of nature around it so high makes it most iconic.
Stop 5: Xigia Beach
Xigia Beach is located on the eastern coast of the northern part of the island. This is the well know sulfuric beach. In the water in this region of the island, sulfur is being mined, so the water contains large amounts of it. You can see the characteristic turbidity in the water – as if there was something that didn’t dissolve completely. Of course, the water is clean and pleasant, though rather cold but does have a mild smell from the sulfar
• Soft drinks
• Bottle champagne
• Captain and fuel
Duration: 4-5 hours Itinerary starts at 9 am
Explore all the visible and hidden gems of the South part of Zakynthos. See the Carreta-Carreta turtles, explore the Cameo island and the turtle shaped island, home of carreta-carreta where you will see where the turtles nest their eggs This tour is with a captain and lasts 4-5 hours.
Itinerary starts at 9am
• See the Carreta-Carreta turtles around Laganas bay
• Explore the Cameo island
• See the famous Keri Caves with swimming stop
• Swim in the crystal clear Mizithres Beach
• Visit Marathonisi, the turtle island
Pick Up: Agios Sostis Port Next to Cameo island
Stop 1: Turtle spoting
See and take photos of the Carreta Carreta turtles around the Laganas’s bay
Stop 2: Cameo Island
The island Cameo island is a picturesque island and has a beautiful beach with crystal clear water and floating white curtains.
Stop 3: Keri Caves
Keri Caves are incredible caves located in the southwestern coast of Zakynthos Island reachable only by private boat. The coastal stretch that extends from Kapo Marathia to the Mizithres rocks is called Keri, hence the name of the numerous caves found in this area of Zakynthos Island. Some caves have an entrance wide enough to swim in the water are warm temperate visibility is amazing so get your underwater go pro cameras and snorkeling kits organized.
Day 4: Mizithres Beach
The Mizithres are two very tall, white rocks in the middle of the sea, located exactly under the lighthouse in Keri. They got their name from a local cheese called Mizithra which is produced in Zakynthos (Zante). The white pebble rocks and the emerald blue waters will be an experience to remember.
• Soft drinks
• Bottle champagne
Would you like brunch ?
• Tortillas glilled with chicken fillet & caramelized vegetables or vegetarian
• Cheese platter with nuts
• Meat platter with marmalade
• Ntakos with feta cheese & tomato
• Mix Fruits seasonal