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Do & See
The great majority of Zakynthos´visitors are attracted by the vast selection of dazzling beaches that the island has to offer - but don't forget to explore the island's museums, architectural masterpieces, and ancient ruins. Covered by lush Mediterranean vegetation, the area that stretches along the southern coast from the promontory of Marathia’s Cape to the beach of Gerakas, has been designated as a National Marine Park, housing many endangered species and several walking trails.
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Laganas

Laganas

This unique gem – a 14-km long stretch of sand that runs from Geraki at the southeast tip of the island to Laganas and beyond – is one of the last nesting grounds of the endangered loggerhead turtle. Parts of Laganas Bay and the beach have been designated as a National Marine Park to protect egg-laying females and hatching turtles. Although powered water sports are banned within its waters, Laganas is still the island’s biggest and noisiest resort, with dozens of pubs, bars and clubs.
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