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Anafonitria Monastery

Anafonitria Monastery is located in the northwestern region of Zakynthos island. First founded in the 15th century, it features a tower and an entrance archway leading to a stone courtyard that's a beautiful and serene place to spend some time.

Askos Stone Park

Askos Stone Park near Volimes has over a hundred thousand self-sown plants as well as hundreds of free-roaming animals, including goats, deer, pigs, peacocks, raccoons, donkeys and much more, many of which you can interact with and feed.

Blue Caves

The Blue Caves were discovered in 1897 and lie on the northern tip of the island, just below Skinari Lighthouse. Venture inside to see the sun light reflecting of the Ionian sea and glistening back of the white cave walls, hence the name Blue Caves.

Agia Mavra Church

Agia Mavra, also sometimes known as the Church of St Thomas and Mavra is found in the village of Macherado and consists of an impressive Venetian bell tower and is strikingly decorated with jewels, gold, and remarkable frescoes.

Agios Dionysios Church

Agios Dionysios church, sometimes also known as San Dennis is located in the centre of Zakynthos Town, on the water front and close to the harbour. it's a beacon for religious pilgrims and history-loving tourists alike.

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