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Advert beaches, rolling green countryside and traditional mountain villages; Zante is Greece at its very best.  The Venetians used to call it the “flower of the east,” and any tourist who sets foot on the Greek island of Zante, or Zakynthos as it is known in Greece, will immediately understand why.

Today it’s as famous for its lush green vegetation and colourful wild flowers as it is for its tourist resorts and thumping nightlife. Of course, this is ignoring the 92 kilometres of pristine coastline complete with some of the world’s best beaches – check out the jaw-dropping turquoise beauty of Smugglers’ Cove, one of the most photographed bays in the world.

Let’s just say if it’s stunning scenery you’re after, then Zante has it in abundance. But it’s also got a large slice of traditional Greek culture too. So if you like your mountain villages quaint and small, your churches old and fresco filled and your tavernas offering moussaka with a glass or two of ouzo to wash it down, then you’ll be spoilt for choice. And let’s not forget that hospitality for which the Greeks have been famous throughout history, trust us, the locals of Zante don’t disappoint.

October 2017
One of the capital's trendiest shops, Seven (7 Alexandrou Roma, tel: 26950 29221) has a wide range of bags made from different materials, as well as a host of other accessories.

October 2017
Zakynthos Town hosts quite an impressive parade to celebrate the national holiday of Ohi Day, when Metaxas refused Mussolini's ultimatum in 1940, on October 28th. The long weekend is accompanied by other fun events.

July 2017
The famous Blue Caves at the northern tip can be visited from the nearby lighthouse or as part of a round-the-island boat trip along with Shipwreck Bay. Strong swimmers can get there from the steps below the converted Anemomilos windmills.

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