Keri beach is a narrow stretch just north of Limni Keri harbour. It’s around 17km from the capital of the island Zakynthos Town
and that would normally take about 25 minutes to drive.
Tavernas bookend the largely pebbled stretch of coast as well as many other food and drink options in the area, but overall this far-flung resort is small and out of the way of more popular areas, like Laganas Beach
. Its relatively remote location coupled with a lack of water sports make this easily accessible beach ideal for rest and relaxation.
Sunbeds are available, but there’s plenty of natural shade provided by the trees that line the beach, if you prefer simply set up your own chairs and towels somewhere along the 300m stretch of the beach.
If you tire of sunbathing, hop on one of the boat trips leaving the harbour for the Blue Caves
or alternatively hire a boat and explore the coast at your own pace.
If you’re travelling from far away then you’ll find a couple of large car parks at the harbour end of the beach and they’re more than adequate for the amount of people that visit.