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Troulos

Troulos is a laid-back and relatively quiet resort on the southern end of Skiathos. It’s based around an impressive bay and has a number of quality beaches to choose from. There's no village centre but there are a few shops, restaurants and bars spread out in the area.

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.

Alykanas

A stay at Alykanas is like two for the price of one thanks to its close proximity to Alykes. This side of the pair is fringed by olive groves and a wonderful soft sand beach. Tourists will find a bevy of amenities including shops, bars, restaurants, and tavernas.

Alykes

Alykes is an extension of nearby Alykanas and provides travellers with a desirable mid-point between the developed areas in the south and the unspoiled villages of the north. Alykes has a wide variety of hotels to choose from and tavernas to keep you well fed.

Argassi

Argassi is a small village on the northern coast of the Vasilikos peninsular. There's something for everyone here, a good beach, watersports, shops, restaurants, mini golf and just 4 kilometres from the capital Zakynthos town and everything on offer there.

Kalamaki

Kalamaki is located at the eastern end of the bay of Laganas on the south east coast. It's a huge sandy bay that's a haven for the endangered Logerhead turtles that nest here. Kalamaki isn't one of the most popular resorts but still boasts plenty of accommodation.

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.

Moraitika

Moraitika is on the east coast roughly 20km south of Corfu town. It's a popular resort for families and young couples. it's based around a single road and a large beach. Moraitika offers a wealth of tavernas, pubs and bars to keep you entertained day and night.

Roda

Roda is an old fishing village on thenorth coast that’s grown into a family beach destination. As it's now a well established tourist 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.

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. Acharavi isn't a party resort but does have a good selection of nightlife and restaurants.
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