I have terrible news. All my Argassi Zante posts are now complete. I wanted to compile them all together in one post, so if you’re planning a trip to Argassi, you can see some of the places I’ve been and decide if you want to go there, too.
You can click each one to see a more detailed review.
About Argassi Zante
Argassi is a popular tourist destination located on the east coast of the Greek island of Zakynthos, also known as Zante. It is a coastal village that is situated close to the island’s capital, Zakynthos Town, and is a popular destination for visitors seeking a relaxing beach holiday.
Argassi is known for its long sandy beach, which is ideal for swimming and sunbathing, and is lined with a variety of bars and restaurants. The village is surrounded by lush green hills and olive groves, which offer a scenic backdrop for walks and hikes.
The village has a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets, from luxury hotels to budget-friendly apartments and studios. There are also plenty of restaurants and bars serving traditional Greek cuisine and international dishes, as well as a number of shops selling souvenirs, clothing, and other items.
In addition to its beach and nightlife, Argassi also has a number of historical and cultural attractions, including the Monastery of Panagia Skopiotissa, which dates back to the 16th century and features impressive frescoes and a beautiful courtyard.
Argassi is a popular destination for tourists seeking a relaxing beach holiday with a range of amenities and attractions, as well as easy access to other parts of the island.
Where to eat in Argassi.
Very busy, friendly restaurant with many options – dishes well presented and massive portions.
Amazing for lamb Kleftiko.
Friendly staff and steak with traditional dancing.
Stunning sea view and the best pork shank I’ve ever had.
An average restaurant on a roof top.
Amazing views, right up in the mountains. The food isn’t as great as other places.
Very hit and miss both service wise and food wise.
Things to do.
A wonderful bar on the beach, perfect for during the day and night.
A wonderful 3-hour boat trip around turtle island.
Full of shops, places to eat and boats.
Great place to take kids – send them off on mini-golf while you enjoy a drink.
Get a free bus ride to the banana beach to see incredibly blue water at the beach.
A waterpark with a selection of slides, lazy river, and a wave pool.