is situated on the north east coast of the island, set among olive
groves and vineyards, 10 kilometres from the airport and 5 kilometres
from the capital, Zakynthos Town. It is a long and winding resort,
with a lively family atmosphere.
One of the major resorts on the island, Tsilivi has many restaurants,
tavernas and bars catering for all tastes from traditional Greek
to Indian, Chinese and Italian. Some of the most popular bars include
Molly Malone’s Irish Bar, Two Brothers Cocktail Bar, Level
Cocktail Bar and Breeze Bar. There are supermarkets and bakeries
catering for all holiday essentials and many shops within the resort
selling souvenirs, jewellery and beach essentials
Also within the resort is a ten pin bowling centre, a large water
park, a crazy golf park with three ranges and many water features
and several travel agencies selling day trips to tourists. Horse
drawn carts travel up and down the resort during the evenings offering
rides to holidaymakers.
The Blue Flag beach in Tsilivi is long and sandy, stretching for
almost 2 kilometres. The sea is shallow and calm, making it ideal
for families with children. There are many water sports available
from the beach here including parasailing, waterskiing, jet skiing
and inflatable ride-ons.
The traditional village resort of Tragaki is nearby.