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Laganas

As the largest and liveliest resort on Zakynthos, Laganas is practically without competition. This huge development on the southwest coast is highly popular with young adults looking to party and is the only true 18-30 style resort on the island.

Tsilivi

Tsilivi, also known as Planos is one of the most developed and popular resorts in Zakynthos.It’s extremely popular with tourists as it has everything you need including a wide range of hotels, restaurants, bars, supermarkets, car hire shops, ATMs and more.

Vasilikos

Vasilikos is a region at the tip of the Vasilikos peninsular. There’s no real village centre, it’s more a collection of houses and hotels in amongst the vegetation, rolling hills and olive groves. It’s not a developed tourist resort which some will love.

Petriti

Petriti is a small fishing village on the east coast, it’s about 20 minutes from Lefkimmi and nearly an hour from the capital. Petriti has a pretty little marina that’s home to a couple of tavernas where you can sit and watch the colourful boats come and go.

Roda

Roda is an old fishing village on the north coast that’s grown into a family beach destination. As it's now a well established resort, there are plenty of good restaurants and tavernas as well as a nice selection of bars but it’s remained a laid back, friendly village.

Sidari

Sidari is a very popular Corfu resort on the north coast, it mainly caters to package holiday makers with lots of hotels, evening entertainment like live music, Greek dancing, plate smashing or Karaoke. There’s also cocktail bars and even some clubs.

Acharavi

Acharavi is a popular resort on the north coast of Corfu that's visited by both families and couples. It has an incredibly long beach that’s mainly pebbles with some sandy areas. It's not a party resort but does offer a selection of nightlife and restaurants.

Agios Georgios Pagon

The northern Agios Georgios is a small, quiet and relaxed place. It's a relatively new resort that’s based around the large sand and pebble cove. It's known as Agios Georgios Pagon but is also often referred to as simply Agios Georgios north.

Agios Georgios South

Agios Georgios has a good selection of hotels, restaurants, bars and shops a lot of which are around the beach meaning you get to enjoy the sea views with your meal or drinks. The main downside is that it’s a long way from the islands major towns and villages.

Agios Gordios

The small village resort of Agios Gordios is in a great location on the west coast of Corfu and is surrounded by Olive groves, mountains and the fantastic golden sand beach. There are plenty of hotels and apartments available with costs to suit all budgets.

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