THE BLUE CAVES IN ZAKYNTHOS zante
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If you do get a chance to visit the northern region of the island, we really recommend taking a boat trip from Skinari to see the Blue Caves. From here you will be taken in a small glass bottom boat which can take you right into the caves for a really memorable Zante holiday experience.
The whole of the north of Zakynthos, and parts of the west coast, are marked with small sea caves and rock formations. At the furthest northern tip of Zante, in the region known as Skinari, the famous Blue Caves are found.
There are stunning rock formations, arches, and sea caves in this region. But, most famous is the magical process of light reflection that takes place within the Blue Caves; turning the water into a fantastic azure translucent blue.
We recommend visiting the blue caves early in the day as this is when
the light is most striking on the water and the colours really stand
out. Also, the best way to view the blue caves is by driving up to the
northern region of the island and taking a small boat trip from here.
The smaller boats that leave close to the Blue Caves are able to take
you into the caves and offer a more flexible service – giving you time
to swim inside the caves.
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