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Holidays In Tsilivi

Tsilivi Holidays at a Glance

One of the island's most popular resorts, Tsilivi is just 6 kms from Zante Town and is very popular with the locals as well as the tourists. The resort is expanding every year although it has managed to preserve its village charm whilst still being a fairly lively resort, especially in the height of the season.

Who holidays in Tsilivi?

Best suited to young couples & families who want a relaxed atmosphere.



Key Facts - Tsilivi

  • LanguageGreek
  • CurrencyEuro
  • Dialing Code00 30
  • Time Difference+2 GMT
  • Flight Duration4 hours (Approx)
  • Distance From Airport12km
  • Airport Transfer (Coach)40 mins
  • Airport Transfer (Taxi)20 mins

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Shipwreck at Smugglers Cove: It is certainly Zante's most famous landmark.

The Byzantine Museum of Zante: The Byzantine Museum of Zante is situated in Solomou Square, in Zante town. Here you can admire a rich collection of hagiographies from the Byzantine times to the 19th century, Hellenistic and Byzantine sculpture and statues, and some beautiful icon-stands from the island's churches. The Museum houses, the works of great Zante hagiographers such as Doxaras, Koutouzis, Tzanes, Kandounis and Damaskinos

The Cultural Centre of Zante and the Library: Another imposing building next to church of Saint Nikolaos on the Mole. It houses the Cultural Centre of Zante and the renowned Public Library. The Library includes a small art gallery, small dolls with local costumes, photographic material and the historical archive of Zante with codices and documents.

Monastery of St George Gremon: It is said that pirates destroyed the monastery in 1553, only to have it re-built in a Venetian style in the 17th century. The lodger, famous for its icon stand and roof, was renovated in 1803. Near the monastery, one can see the ruins of a castle which protected the area from pirate raids.

Keri: From where to admire the sunset and the stupendous view of the sea caves below

Skinari: Where the famous Blue Caves are located. At the northern tip of Zante, the afternoon sun shines on the sea to create patterns in every conceivable shade of blue on the cave walls.

Olympia: The birthplace of the modern Olympic Games and where the Olympic Flame burns. Official guided tour of the archaeological sights including the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera. Visit the Olympia museum & the main village of Olympia.

Shipwreck at Smugglers Cove: It is certainly Zante's most famous landmark.

The Byzantine Museum of Zante: The Byzantine Museum of Zante is situated in Solomou Square, in Zante town. Here you can admire a rich collection of hagiographies from the Byzantine times to the 19th century, Hellenistic and Byzantine sculpture and statues, and some beautiful icon-stands from the island's churches. The Museum houses, the works of great Zante hagiographers such as Doxaras, Koutouzis, Tzanes, Kandounis and Damaskinos

The Cultural Centre of Zante and the Library: Another imposing building next to church of Saint Nikolaos on the Mole. It houses the Cultural Centre of Zante and the renowned Public Library. The Library includes a small art gallery, small dolls with local costumes, photographic material and the historical archive of Zante with codices and documents.

Monastery of St George Gremon: It is said that pirates destroyed the monastery in 1553, only to have it re-built in a Venetian style in the 17th century. The lodger, famous for its icon stand and roof, was renovated in 1803. Near the monastery, one can see the ruins of a castle which protected the area from pirate raids.

Keri: From where to admire the sunset and the stupendous view of the sea caves below

Skinari: Where the famous Blue Caves are located. At the northern tip of Zante, the afternoon sun shines on the sea to create patterns in every conceivable shade of blue on the cave walls.

Olympia: The birthplace of the modern Olympic Games and where the Olympic Flame burns. Official guided tour of the archaeological sights including the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera. Visit the Olympia museum & the main village of Olympia.

Popular activities during holidays in Tsilvi include:

  • Crazy Golf
  • Lazerquest
  • Scuba diving
  • Watersports

Tsilvi Holidays - Excursions

Friday Night Takeaway: On arrival to the funkiest beach on the island St Nicks you have a chance to experience the discounted watersports before joining your Olympic crew for a night of pure entertainment and performances from our very own team. Our exclusive DJ will be belting out tunes whilst you dance with drink in hand and the sand between your toes. Included in this is one hour of free flowing wine and a chicken BBQ buffet, and a trendy cowboy hat is thrown in for good measure.

Robinson Crusoe: Cruising to the North of the island to discover the most picturesque view of the island, the famous shipwreck. One of the most photographed sights in Greece. A great day exploring caves and swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Ionian sea whilst achieving that ultimate tan. When visiting Zante this day is a must!

Land Rover Discovery: Get your adrenalin flowing with this great fun packed adventure, known as the Heineken tour as it reaches parts that others don't. Off the beaten track through the lush green forestry, olive groves and vineyards bringing you to villages and beaches that can only be reached by 4 wheel drive. A day of adventure and discovery with Mr Tassos and his knowledgeable, fun loving team.

Lazy Dayz Cruise: Zante is the home to the Caretta Caretta loggerhead turtle, who nest on this island of dreams. Heading out of Zante town looking back sugar cube buildings, before heading towards Keri the old fishing village. Whilst on route we normally spot one of the many turtles in the clear waters. Caves and translucent waters will be awaiting us for a couple of swim stops. A day for all.

Splash: A fun day for all at Zantes water park with tempting slides and rides to get you in the mood. With the black hole and new boomer bowel along with other slides there is plenty to keep you occupied. Even the young kids have a mini aqua park in the cool waters. Or for those who just want to relax there are plenty of loungers and the lazy river to just take it easy. So all the big kids and the little kids get on down to Splash!

Scuba Diving: After preparation and a talk, put on your suit, pick up your flippers and walk into the crystal clear waters of St Nicks beach with your British speaking one 2 one Padi instructor, for your introduction dive to the underwater world. A photo opportunity can be had whilst underwater to keep as a momentum. You may even want to try an advanced dive which we can arrange for you in resort. Pool demos take place in or around your hotel.

Kefalonia Magic: Across the Ionian waters to our sister island Kefalonia, the home were Captain Correlli's mandolin became one of the greatest movies of all time. An island unspoilt by tourism still having culture at its best. Sit and watch the world go by in the square of Argostoli, whilst sampling its homemade ice-cream, before going up to the view point of Myrtos Bay. Learn of the many Greek myths and legends of this beautiful island , Mellasani underground lake being just one of them. A two in one holiday is an opportunity not to be missed.

Make your Tsilvi holidays extra special by booking some of our great excursions, places are limited so reserve your place at your Welcome Meeting or contact your holiday representative to avoid disappointment.

Eating/Drinking During Tsilivi Holidays

This resort has many restaurants and bars including Benikos which serves some of the best steaks and wines; the Premier Restaurant with its high-end international menu; Kolovos Grillhouse which serves spit-roast meats; Microkropolis for mouth-watering moussaka and Molly Malone’s Irish bar for entertainment.

Getting Around on Tsilivi Holidays

Boat: The best way to see the island is by boat. There are daily boat tours around the island that visit the many amazing and remote beaches and caves. The main port on the island is in Zante Town where there are eight ferries a day to Killini.

Bus: There are bus connections to many of the beautiful beaches, small towns and villages. However, the easiest way to travel around the island is to rent a car.

Car Hire: An excellent way of getting around during Tsilvi, car hire gives you complete flexibility as well as the ability to see more of the island.

Tsilivi Holidays Shopping

Bargain purchases for those taking holidays in Tsilvi include:

  • Mandolato - Zante's famous nougat
  • Folk art
  • Local cheese
  • Pottery
  • Wine.

Holidays in Tsilivi - Beaches

Laganas is located on the south eastern part of the island. It is one of the most beautiful beaches of the island. Its length is 9 kms and is considered to be one of the longest beaches of Zante with a small seaport too.

Vassilikos Gerakas are the beaches where the endangered sea turtle Caretta-Caretta comes to lay her eggs.

Navagio Beach: The wreck - the most beautiful beach on the island. You can reach it from Porto Vromi (at the west) by boat.

Weather and climate information

Max Temp C Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Zante 18 24 28 32 32 28 24
London 13 16 20 22 21 19 13
Sunshine Hours Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Zante 7 10 12 14 12 10 7
London 5 6 7 6 6 5 3

Tsilvi Holidays - 5 Day Forecast

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