Best Luxury Villas in Zakynthos

Warren James
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This picturesque island, with its peaceful bays and golden beaches, is the third largest of the Ionian Islands and offers pleasant diversions for beach lovers and city lovers alike. The island boasts a number of gorgeous beaches, although two feature an interesting bonus. Lagan and Geraka are the beaches were the famous Caretta-Caretta sea turtles visit at certain times of the year to mate and to lay their eggs. Both Zakynthos city and Tsilivi provide excellent nightlife opportunities complete with a large number of vibrant bars and restaurants. Here is a selection of the best in Zakynthos luxury villas that are just waiting to be enjoyed.

If space and luxury is your main concerns, you can be sure that you will feel right at home at the divine villa which is considered as a paradise on earth, an apartment that stands out and gives a very pleasant living experience. Divine villa measures 230 square meters and consists of two floors. The ground floor of the villa features an open plan living room and kitchen area. The living room includes ample space and seating, Digea flat-screen TV with Netflix as well as a PlayStation (PS3). The kitchen features a large dining table and is fully equipped with modern appliances such as a large refrigerator, electric cooker, microwave oven, kettle, coffee machine, frappe mixer, Tassimo coffee machine and toaster. There are also two bedrooms, each featuring a double bed, three single beds and private bathroom with shower, WC and two sinks. Also, in the interior, there is a staircase that leads you to the first floor where you will find two more bedrooms, both featuring a double and two single beds and a bathroom with shower, WC and two sinks. Every area outside the building is extraordinary, you have enough space and playground for the days and nights of the summer season. The swimming pool is scintillating, the sight will make you feel like you are far away at the best beach in the world. The swimming pool area features sun loungers and umbrellas to make visitors comfortable. Also, the outdoor dining area will be the perfect place to gather your family and friends for a get-together, the dining consists of facilities for BBQ and a bar where your drinks can be prepared and served. The Divine villa might not be the largest, but the décor and furniture make it hard to believe so because it can accommodate up to 18 guests in total.

This luxury holiday Villa rental is a brand new build that was completed May 2019. The villa has been completed to the highest standard and no expense has been spared in finding the best fixtures and fittings. One thing we also prioritize is the location of properties, you will love the locations of our properties.

Zakytnhos Villas 2020 The Divine Luxury Villa Zakynthos is built on a private plot (measuring 1500 square meters), in the quiet village of Pantokratoras (Laganas). This is a near-perfect location as it is quiet and peaceful, and just about 2 kilometers away from the tourist resort of Laganas. In the exterior, there is a large veranda, a sun terrace, a shaded dining area, a swimming pool with sun loungers and plenty of room for children to play. Won’t you love to see the total joy in the eyes of your kids as you play in the pool with them? With our villas, you will be able to spend your holidays leisurely by the pool soaking up some sun. You will also be able to enjoy the cool evening breeze on the veranda while sipping a drink or dining al fresco. The villa is attractively furnished to a high standard and is a great choice for groups or families looking for a peaceful and spacious property, but want to be near the busy major resorts of the island Zakynthos Villas Laganas Greece

Panigyrias – In Greece, calendar festivals give rise to popular celebrations called panegyrics. Almost everywhere, the Virgin is celebrated on August 15. During parish festivals, we sing, dance and shop because real fairs are set up in the villages, attracting many street vendors. Popular music bands play all night. You will be surprised to see that the young Athenians also know how to appreciate these traditional tunes and that they dance very well on them. If you have the opportunity to join a panegyric, do not remain a simple spectator, out of respect for your hosts – the best being to be invited and to be accompanied. In Greece, it is customary to celebrate one’s holiday rather than one’s birthday. Tradition has it that on that day we offer a good meal or cakes to family and friends. Many are the Greeks who receive the day of Saint George (Giorgos, the patron saint of the country), Saint John (Giannis), and Saint Nicholas (Nikolaos), Saint Mary


The pleasures of the table are not necessarily those that will be remembered first of a trip to Greece. So many taverns and so little diversity in the menus: Greek salad, kebabs and grills make up an ordinary dish which is often not very exciting. It is also that the tourist influx has led to the multiplication of restaurants which often only open in high season – the opportunity to take advantage of the windfall represented by the approximately 15 million visitors who welcome the country each year. And since we have to feed everyone, we improvised a restaurant, making up for its lack of experience by the local color, fishing nets hanging from the arbor and musical background of bouzouki: frozen moussaka and Enfants du Piraeus, the two friends from which the visitor would like to be able to escape. However, in Greece as in France, the table is a serious matter: for the quality of the dishes of course, but also (above all?) Because it serves as a pretext for happy friendly meetings, where everyone picks as they please in the ‘one of the many dishes that garnish the table. A Greek meal is abundance and sharing with, for an emblematic introduction, the mezedes (plural of mezze).

A constant in Greece: from the Albanian border to the southern tip of the Peloponnese, the summers are hot everywhere, and scorching in places, like in the plains of Sparta or Larissa. But the nights are refreshed by the breeze on the coast and the nights by the altitude in the mountainous areas. The summer period, marked by the scarcity of precipitation, lengthens as one reaches the south of the country. In winter, on the other hand, the situation is more contrasted: the coastal regions and the foothills experience mild and moderately wet winters, while temperatures are sometimes harsh in the mountains, the seasons more marked in the north and the highest peaks remain snow-capped from November to April. Unlike other Mediterranean countries, such as Spain, Greece does not suffer from a water deficit: the mountains present everywhere, play their role of water towers perfectly by retaining precipitation. Some areas, however, are experiencing water supply problems – this is the case, in particular, of the Cyclades due to a large summer tourist frequentation.

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Warren James is the lead editor for Diving Daily. Warren has written for many publications including the New York Daily News, Vanity Fair and Yahoo. Warren is based in New York city and covers issues affecting local communities. In addition to following the day-to-day life of the Big Apple, Warren also has a passion for martial arts.