Winner by Conde Nast Traveller in the UK as one of the 14 World's Best Family Hotels and one of the 20 Beset Hotels in Europe at the Conde Nast Traveller Readers' Travel Awards, Porto Zante is a boutique resort of 9 luxury villas located on the private beach of a secluded bay on the island of Zakynthos, just west of Greece's mainland. The coastline here is famous for its turquoise waters and beautiful, hidden beaches, and the resort itself has wonderful views across the crystal clear Ionian Sea and the nearby island of Kefalonia. One of the most private and luxurious holiday destinations in Europe, it combines gracious Greek service and exceptional cuisine.
Porto Zante Villas & Spa is a small collection of one to four bedroom, fully equipped deluxe villas and residences with heated pools, all of which have their own private section of the resort's private sandy beach. Guests can be completely self contained and independent, or take advantage of the restaurants with its extensive Greek, Mediterranean (Club House Restaurant) and Asian menus (Maya Restaurant), enjoy live music and piano melodies every evening at the Club House Restaurant, use the in-villa dining service, or even have your own private chef. There is a full concierge and maid service 24 hours a day and guests can have their own butler. A kids' entertainment service is available for the resort's younger guests, with an activity off site and for those older ones looking for some pampering indulgence, Spa treatments can be given either at the resort's awarded Waterfront Spa in the peace of your own villa. You can choose from a selection of over 20 signature Spa treatments, each inspired by Greek nature.
Zakynthos has long been regarded as one of the most beautiful Greek islands. It is the southernmost and third largest of the Ionian Islands and is situated 8.5 nautical miles south of Kefalonia and 9.5 nautical miles west of the Peloponnese. Its geographical position ensures easy travel to other islands and Greece’s mainland. The island has a wealth of history and tradition, as for many centuries it was the crossroads for numerous nations and cultures. The Venetians, who ruled the island in the Middle Ages, named it “Flower of the East”. Boat trips can be arranged to explore the many beautiful bays around Zakynthos, or to one of the other Ionian islands.