This famous cove is hidden by imposing cliffs and is home to a shipwreck half buried on the beach.

With crystal clear waters lapping on the beach it a striking image that will stay with you forever.

If you wish, you may hire beach-beds and umbrellas to further relax and there are beach bars on hand if you would like to purchase refreshments.

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Argassi and Tsilivi, the most popular beach resorts, are each just three miles away from the port.

Please note: The shore excursions listed are typical for this port.

The town of Volimes can be found in the mountainous part of Zakinthos and is famous for its local handicrafts.

Enjoy some free time to explore the village on foot and browse the shops, which are full of local handicrafts and products such as rugs, embroideries, pure honey and olive oil.

From here, your boat will set sail up to the Blue Caves, where you can marvel at the arches created by erosion over thousands of years and capture the amazing sight of the water reflecting a dazzling aquamarine and turquoise from the sea floor.

From the Blue Caves, the cruise continues to the highlight of the tour, one of the most photographed locations, not only in Zakinthos but the whole of Greece, known as Shipwreck Cove.

Take time to dip into those inviting waters and swim up to the beach.

After a refreshing swim, cruise back to Vromi and the awaiting motor-coaches to return to the port of Zakinthos.

Call it Zakinthos or Zante, this most southerly of the Ionian chain is still one of the most ruggedly beautiful of all the Greek islands.