Kookis Village

At the foot of the pine-clad mountains, Kookis Village blends traditional Greek hospitality and modern convenience.

The villas are only a couple of minutes’ walk away from the pebble beach, and there are a couple of bars and restaurants within striking distance, too.

Elegant sun loungers surround the private pools that come with each villa. Elsewhere, you’ll also find a communal bar, and it’s room service for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Each villa comes with an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area. You’ll also get a dishwasher, satellite TV, DVD player and air-conditioning.

Overview of Limni Keriou

Holidays to Zante are popular with British holidaymakers because of the glorious shores, bright-blue skies and cinematic views that the island is famous for.

The tranquil location of lush Kookis Village means it makes the most of the mountain views beyond the palms, shrubs and wildlife.

Zante is such a little island, it’s very easy to explore – you can reach the coast in only a couple of minutes, and a drive across the island will take under an hour.

Whether you’d like to enjoy a day watching the sea turtles in their natural habitat or an evening in your dancing shoes, you’ll find it in Zante.

Things to do in Zante

A stay at Kookis Village is utterly sedate, and you’re only 250 metres from a beach where you can soak up the sun and get out on the calm, tranquil waters.

If you’re looking for action and adventure, you’re also only 15 kilometres from Zante Town. The capital of Zante and the largest city on the island, it has a stunning beach, a beautiful harbour and gives you a glimpse of the island’s history.

It’s also a great place to head in the evening. Packed with bars and tavernas, Zante serves cuisine from all over the world. And make sure you pair your meal with a Greek beer or a Zakynthian wine.

When you stay in Zante, you’ll fall in love with the scenic views, the gorgeous coastline and the beautiful food.


Resort Summary

Watch the fishing boats come and go at Limni Keriou’s port as you relax on the beach that’s gently lapped by the Ionian Sea. There’s a range of restaurants and shops here, with many characterful seafront tavernas offering wonderful views as you dine. Keri village has even more places to eat and drink, as well as supermarkets and gift shops. Indulge your sweet tooth with a traditional pastry from one of the village’s several bakeries.