Navagio Plajı, Yunanistan'ın batısında yer alan İyonya Denizi'ndeki Zakynthos adasının kuzeybatısında yer alan kayalık bir koy.
Spectacular arches and deep caves - this is a sight typical for Zakynthos. Take a boat tour to admire the varied coast.
Do not miss out one of Zakynthos' wonders - little caves carved into cliffs. Can be visited with a tour or on a rented boat.
This beach is the best place to catch a boat to the Shipwreck Beach and the adjacent blue caves.
The National Marine Park of Zakynthos founded in 1999, is a national park located in Laganas bay, in Zakynthos island, Greece.
Aptly nicknamed 'Turtle Island', this is a popular destination when you want to see the caretta turtles in their natural habitat.
Connected with the land by a bridge, this tiny island is a popular nightlife destination. Many beach parties take place here.
Quite difficult to find but totally worth it - if looking for a tranquil place to relax. There are no facilities, just virgin nature.
Saint Dionysios of Zakynthos was a 16th-century Orthodox Christian Archbishop of Aegina.
Don't expect a typical beach - it is more of a rock with steps into the sea. Wild and untamed place - perfect if you like adventure!
Long sandy beach with sport equipment rentals and taverns lining the shore. You can walk to Kalamaki from here.
Seemingly endless stretch of sandy beach - even though it seems crowded, the further you go the more privacy you'll get. A heavenly place.
Come here for a walk - the views are spectacular - or for a dip into the sea. The experienced like to dive here during the night.
You wouldn't say this building was damaged by several earthquakes. A beautiful Renaissance church situated by the sea.
This sandy beach is perfect for various sports as well as for swimmers and sunbathers. A beach volleyball is very popular here.
Visit the church to see the miraculous icon depicting the Egyptian martyr St. Mavra.
The fortress-like monastery founded in the 13th century was severely damaged by a 90s earthquake. The place has a strong atmosphere.