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Zakynthos, or Zante in Italian, is an Ionian island off the west coast of Greece.  Zante is a holiday destination that is so diverse it can cater to visitors looking for wild summer nightlife and those that prefer to experience the quiet, natural side to the Greek islands.

The infamous resort of Laganas is the main “party” town on the island. However, Zante’s natural wonders are a big attraction for visitors as well.  Navagio or the Shipwreck Beach can only be reached by boat and is one of the most photographed beaches in the world. There, a rusty shipwreck sits on a spectacular white rocky beach that contrasts against an intensely turquoise sea – all set against a background of dramatically steep rocky cliffs. Imagine seeing it from the sky!

Two endangered species call Zante home, the loggerhead sea turtle and the monk seal.  The island’s landscape is rich with natural wonders including the Blue Caves, Keri Caves and stretches of sandy beaches.  For the foodie traveler, Zante offers rich local cuisine and is known for its olive oil, local wines and Greek cheeses.

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The GATN provides reliable and convenient air transfer to, from and around the Ionian Sea at very competitive rates.

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