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We can only imagine this will be the Top Zante Activities!…Zante Banana Boats, Zante Water Skiing, Zante paragliding and more. The Zante watersports on offer are a great experiences and will definitely add something forgettable to your holiday, not to mention a few screams and maybe a tear or two. Check out here for further information.
Everyone loves Mini golf! If not they should, and if they need persuading get them down to Fantasy Mini Golf Zante, with a bar, pool tables and more on offer to pick from. Located at Tsivili, just north of Laganas. You could easily spend hours here, putting, drinking, putting, drinking…you get the picture of what happens here at Zante mini golf!
Another Zante mini gold course is that of the one in Kalamaki – Kalamkai Crazy Golf. Two 18 hole mini golf courses, located off the main Kalamaki main road and behind the Ionian Blue Hotel, similarly to Fantasy, there’s food and drink on offer for all the family. Closer to the Laganas strip than that of the Fantasy Mini Golf, Kalamki is the next resort along the beach if you face the sea, turn left and keep walking.
Well, maybe not sailing – but you can rent a pedalo? They’re tiring yes, but they’re also fun. You’ll get a tan, be exercising and having fun. Plus, a pedalo isn’t that expensive. Around the €10 – €15 per hour mark.
Bowling’s always fun, especially with a group of you. Your chance to have a few bets on who’ll be the best, challenge some other holiday go’ers, whatever it may be bowling’s a great way to relax and de-stress after a potentially, heavy night of drinking. Visit Bowl’m Over for more info.
They’re several different rides from the beach to the forest and the sand dunes to the valley, ranging from 30 minutes up to 2 hours. Check out this http://www.laganahorseriding.gr/ for further information.
This may not be too high on people’s agenda when hungover, but early in the morning or later at night, when the weather’s cool you can sweat out the alcohol, find some great views of the island and burn some alcohol calories you may have put on! The highest peak on the island is only around 752 metres, so not exactly Mount Kilimanjaro. But definitely worth walking around and exploring the many coves, caves and scenery Zante has to offer.
Zante has some of the nicest beaches going, some of the clearest waters and this will be perfect for spotting a few fish. You can do this by taking some goggle and a snorkel with you, not exactly expensive.
However, for the more experience – Scuba diving is on offer for around €50, feel free to enquire at places such as Turtle Beach & Euro Diver. With Scuba diving there are certain limitations and qualifications needed for deeper dives, but beginners are more than welcome. An opportunity not to be missed, especially with the opportunity to meet the infamous Caretta Loggerhead Sea Turtles.