Zakynthos features one of the most important museums in Greece, the Byzantine Museum. Among its exhibits there is a selection of wooden carvings and paintings, some dating as far back as the 12th century, as well as Hellenistic, Early Christian, Byzantine and Post-Byzantine sculptures.
Across the coast of Keri, lies the island of Marathonisi. The island has two reefs, called Pontikonisia, that in the old times were linked to the cape of Marathias. The island has roughly one mile perimeter. The nature there is pure exotic as the island has no inhabitants. The sandy beach is spotless and the waters crystal blue. Apart from the two beaches, with pebbles and with sand, one can admire the rich vegetation, the olive trees, the green oaks and pines, the sprouts and a lot of marathos from where the island has taken its name.
A most precious wonder of nature, the Blue Caves of Zakynthos is truly a site to remember. They are a series of geological formations that have created a unique seascape. Apart from the natural arches that have been carved out by erosion, these caves are famous for the colour of the water in its deepest hollows, a deep azure colour which is most striking in the morning when the light is at its brightest. It is probably one of the most beautiful sites in Greece.
Shipwreck (Smugglers Cove or Navagio Beach)
A must see site is the Smuggler’s Cove, otherwise known as Shipwreck, or Navagio beach. It is an isolated sandy cove and one of the most famous beaches in Greece. It is notable because it is home to the wreck of the alleged smuggler ship Panagiotis thus, it is often referred to as 'Smugglers Cove'. The area is defined by its sheer limestone cliffs, white sand beaches, and clear blue water.
Located at the highest point of Zakynthos town, it features a breathtaking view of the town as well as the Ionian Sea. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of the island and became the first expansion area of the old capital that once stood in the Venetian Castle. The atmosphere of Bohali is truly amazing, since the hill is full of olive trees and pines and the locals keep the tradition with traditional structures. Homeland of the famous Greek poet Dionysios Solomos who wrote the Greek National Anthem, Bohali is a must visit attraction.