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Zakynthos island: One day tour to Navagio Shipwreck Beach Blue Caves & top view
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Zakynthos island: One day tour to Navagio Shipwreck Beach Blue Caves & top view

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Visit a string of Zakynthos’ beauty spots without a transport hassle in sight on this full-day tour. Traveling by air-conditioned vehicle and boats; cruise to Shipwreck Beach (Navagio), ride a glass-bottom boat to the Blue Caves, swim in Xigia’s sulphur-rich, spa-like waters, see Cameo Island, visit viewpoints, and more. A lunch stop (own expense) and hotel transfers from Zakynthos Town and select south- and east-coast resorts complete the day.
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Laradu wrote a review Jun 2020
Rome, Italy971 contributions129 helpful votes
An incredibile Old Olive Tree Waits for you on the street side. Amazingly and gracefully creating seats for shootings which will linger in tomorrow's memories. A must in Zante
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Gina K wrote a review Oct 2019
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If you go around the mountains for a day out,you'll certainly 'bump' into Exohora and you'll find a lot of people stopping there.Just opposite the road next to a war monument,is an old olive tree which has become the symbol of the village once that it is estimated that it exceeds over 2300 years of age-and it's not the oldest on the island,but it will give you a chance to admire it's beauty.The olive tree trunk has split into three and the curves and twists it has really are worth taking photos of!And it still produces olives and olive oil of course!Nearby a track path leads to quite a few wells which are also worth visiting once that they say they were opened up by Mary Magdalene in 33A,D during her visit to the island when she brought Christianity to the people...it's no suprise that the neighbouring village has taken the name Maries to honour her and the other two Mary's that were with her-Mary of Clopa and Mary of Lazarus!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Plamen_MIHOV wrote a review Sep 2019
Pleven, Bulgaria41 contributions14 helpful votes
Situated in the middle of the island you can find an extremely old olive tree. You can make nice pictures and look around.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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AMBLBHBW wrote a review Sep 2019
24 contributions3 helpful votes
It is just an olive tree - we passed it on a bus. There's a shop/ taverna but nothing much to see or do
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Date of experience: August 2019
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David M wrote a review Aug 2019
Wigan, United Kingdom39 contributions26 helpful votes
Stopped here as part of a My Tours coach trip around the island, fascinating tree and lots of small stalls selling locally made products, the most amusing thing was the old chap who was playing the mouth organ in front of the tree, with his little table and ash tray, there is a box on the tree for donations but he was telling people off for putting money into it and kept saying no, no and pushing his ash tray towards them for money.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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