Party central on Zakynthos Island, Laganas Village is well known for its bustling nightlife, lively beaches and hoards of tourists during the summer months. If you enjoy dancing, singing and endless chatting with spectacular backdrops then this town is definitely for you. 


Meet people from all over the world, devour delicious dishes, party all night long and socialise in one of the many pubs or clubs located in the village, some of the best include:

  1. Ikon
  2. The Pub
  3. Scruffy Murphy’s
  4. The Summertime
  5. MUST Sports Bar
  6. O’Callaghan’s Loft
  7. Hawaiian Club Bar
  8. Infinity Beach club Zante


The longest beach on the island is a melting pot of different cultures, cuisines and activities. Here you can easily find sun loungers for hire, waiters who will bring you cocktails to sip while enjoying the view, children frolicking in the shallow waters, various water sports, boats for hire, local snacks and souvenirs for sale plus for those lucky enough you may even get to spot a turtle or two swimming in the crystal clear waters!


Laganas Beach is internationally recognized for being the birthplace of the endangered species of sea turtle Caretta-Caretta and because of this the beach is protected by the government, volunteers and conservation organisations. Be sure to follow the rules and instructions of the staff to ensure the safety of these magnificent creatures. 


Laganas Beach is opposite the iconic pine-clad islet of Agios Sostis, accessible by a lovely wooden bridge which thousands visit every year to take photographs. There is also a nightclub on top of the islet which guarantees the most amazing photographs to spice up your social media pages!



One of the best places to spot turtles is near Marathonisi islet in Laganas Bay, also known as “Turtle Island”. The islet is a part of the Marine Park of Zakynthos and is protected by the Greek government in order to preserve the Caretta-Caretta sea turtle. In this video you get a glimpse of Laganas Village and an unforgettable experience captured by tourists snorkelling in the bay. The best times to spot turtles are between May and October as they come to lay eggs and breed.