Argassi Zante


Argassi Village is a firm favourite amongst locals and tourists alike, the promise of shallow, cadet blue waters, soft golden sand, tantalising scents wafting along the cool breeze and endless entertainment have seen this small village grow exponentially over the last few years. 


Argassi or Αργάσι in Greek, is a 15 minute drive from the main city of Zakynthos and can be reached by local bus from the main bus station in Zakynthos town. Besides magnificent views the small coastal village also offers a miniature golf course, gourmet restaurants, rooftop bars, picturesque church ruins and the Monastery Panagia Skopiotissa.


The Monastery Panagia Skopiotissa is the oldest church on the island, home to historical artworks, unforgettable views and panoramic views. Making the hour hike up to the top well worth it!


Instagrammable and well-loved the Argassi Bridge located in the one of the alcoves along the main beach of Argassi. Also known as The Venetian Bridge of Argassi in Zakynthos, it used to be a part of the main road along the coastline in 1885 but collapsed due to wear and tear. Now it sits half submerged in the shallow waters along the beach and proudly displays its three arches for the photographers of today. 


For our adrenaline junkies, Argassi beach is also home to a wide range of watersports and activities. Here you can easily find boat experiences such as; ringo, banana, crazy sofa & fly fish or try your hand at water-skiing, canoeing, paragliding or jet skiing. 


Take a peek at the delightful village of Argassi with this video that has flawlessly captured the essence of the village. Showcasing the ever-popular bridge, cadet coloured waters, endless swimming beaches, lush vegetation, interesting architecture and surrounding olive groves.