Villas Porto Zante / Tragaki
Standing majestically on a private sandy beach of a secluded bay, on the island of Zakynthos, just west of Greece’s mainland and famous for its turquoise waters and Venetian villages, Porto Zante Villas & Spa is a small & boutique luxury hotel comprising world class luxury villas on the beach, all with private heated pools. Guests enjoy the ultimate privacy of a home away from home and exceptional 24-hour five star hotel services.
Dining at the Club House restaurant offers an exquisite experience of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine while the resort’s Spa and Thalassotherapy programme provides absolute rejuvenation. Young guests can enjoy a kids’ entertainment service that includes supervised fun activities, decorated luxury villa guest rooms and specially created dining menus by the resort’s chef.
Ranked Europe’s Best Villas Resort by the World Travel Awards, one of the Top Greek Resorts and Best Hideaway Hotel in Greece by Condé Nast Traveller for years now, Porto Zante in Zakynthos has been the choice of famous clientele, including political leaders, important businessmen and artists. The magnificent villas of Porto Zante Villas & Spa offer a wonderful living environment: Antique marble is on the spotlight, while stunning open living areas, with immense windows and private terraces are bathing in the light the sitting room and bedrooms. Among the amenities, our guests can find select pieces from Armani Casa, Bulgari toiletries, as well as, Armani casa fluffy bathrobes.
Everything a guest might need can be found in the villas. From a personal working desk with PC, fax and complimentary Wi-Fi internet, to a Sony Playstation III and satellite TV in all rooms and bathrooms. Guests can relax at their private garden, or enjoy their dinner at their private outdoor dining area. They can spend their mornings by their own private heated pool or maybe go at their own beach to catch the sun.
Available are 1-4 bedroom villas from 85sqm to 420sqm. Suitabel from 2 to 12 guests.
Private heated swimming pool
Private area on the beach with personal sunbeds & umbrella*
Outdoor dining area
Bang & Olufsen Entertainment System*
CD & DVD Players
Luxuriously stocked mini-bars
Safe deposit box
Sat TV in all rooms & bathrooms
Personal working desk with PC, Fax and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
Bang & Olufsen Cordless Phone
Sony PlayStation III*
* Available in some villas
Prices & Service
BVLGARI Bathroom Amenities
Armani Casa fluffy bathrobes
The Club House Restaurant offers an exquisite dining experience of Greek and Mediterranean cuisine in a relaxed beachfront setting with spectacular views of the endless blue waters of the Ionian Sea & the neighboring island of Kefalonia. Our guests can enjoy a variety of delicious dishes prepared to satisfy the most exclusive taste.
This service is based on a week-long stay and services may be tailored to your exact requirements during the booking process. Exact services included with each booking will be listed on the Booking Confirmation.
Τhe luxury Greek island hotel resort is located in the area of Tragaki, 8 km from Zakynthos International Airport & 7 km from the city and harbor of the island. The nearest village is only a kilometer away from the resort.
Zakynthos has long been regarded as one of the most beautiful Greek islands. It is the southernmost and third largest of the Ionian Islands and is situated 8,5 nautical miles south of Kefalonia and 9,5 nautical miles west of the Peloponnese. Its geographical position ensures easy travel to the other islands and Greece’s mainland. There are lovely tavernas & also very good restaurants offering Greek, Mediterranean & Italian cuisine ( Zakynthos has been under the Italian influence ages ago). Local Fresh Fish (including lobster), Meat on the Barbecue & local speciality are delicious on Zakynthos.
For shopping the local village is only 1 km away & the capital of the island with its various traditional & modern shops & shopping centers is only 7 km away. The Porto Zante chauffeur will be delighted to drive the guests either for shopping, dining or simply to some of the lovely beach areas available in Zante. The car used is a Mercedes Benz Viano Extra Long VIP van. The island has a wealth of history and tradition, as for many centuries it was the crossroads for numerous nations and cultures. The Venetians, who ruled the island in the Middle Ages, named it “Flower of the East”. Zakynthos is an island full of contrasts and home of the famous Shipwreck beach (Navagio), with its unforgettable turquoise waters, and the breathtaking blue caves. Condé Nast Traveller magazine claims the Shipwreck beach is one of the finest in the world.
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. 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.
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.