Take advantage of our cheap holidays to Zante and you'll discover there's just as much dramatic natural scenery to take in as there are fun attractions. As well as the usual waterparks and mini-golf, you can visit the wreck of a smuggler's ship and spot loggerhead turtles by boat. Choose the north of the island for quiet villages and the family-favourite resort of Tsilivi, which is full of parks and games centres. In the south there's a bubbly night-time spot, Laganas, as well as towns sandwiched between the beach and Mount Skopos, all in easy reach of capital Zante Town.
Holidays to Zante are brilliant for families, as the main resorts are well set up for visitors and have lots to keep the little ones amused. The usually quiet resort of Kalamaki is home to a small waterpark, a go-karting track and a crazy-golf course. The Caretta Fun Park is also full of arcade games and rides children are sure to enjoy.
Tsilivi in the north of the island is where you can find the Luna Fun Park, with bouncy castles, fairground rides, paintballing and Zante's only rodeo bull. Also in town is the Bowl'm Over ten-pin bowling centre, with its decor influenced by the American diners of the 1950s.
Couples and families love laid-back Alykanas, which -- as well as children's trampolines, mini-golf and the 'Trainiki' mini-train -- has an extraordinary archaeological site where the ancient city of Arcadia is being excavated.
It might sound like a contradiction, but the capital of Zante Town, known locally as Zakynthos Town, is predominantly a rural community. That being said, it's a good place to do some shopping and learn about the history of the island.
The pretty church of Agios Dionisios has a bell tower similar in shape to that of St Mark's in Venice, harking back to a time when Zante was under Italian rule. You can also climb up Bochali Hill above Zante Town for stunning views and to see the small Venetian castle at the top.