Booking Information for Dennis I and II
Dennis 1 & 2 Apartments are located at the beach road of Kalamaki and near to a very beautiful, laid with sand beach. It is also close to the local shops, bars, night clubs and taverns, which line the attractive main street. The ideal place for relaxation and amusement for families and couples of all ages. You can use the buses to make some small trips.
Although we recommend to rent a car. Zakynthos is a very beautiful island and there are much to discover! The best way is to book your car via internet, so that you can get it in the airport.
There are 4 apartments and 4 studios fully equipped with telephone and individual air condition unit in every apartment.
Each apartment or studio is equipped with:
* Kitchenette with refrigerator and all necessary equipment
including coffee machine.
* Bathroom with hot water 24 hours a day, from sun-heating
system and electrical boilers.
* Balcony with chairs and table
* Built up furniture locally styled.
* 3km from airport
* 5 km Zakynthos Town
A few words for Kalamaki...
Kalamaki Zante Greece is located on the end of the eastern side of the bay of Laganas, about 5 kilometres south of the capital of Zakynthos, Kalamaki is a small and crowded resort
with one of the most beautiful beaches of the island. The sandy beach is, like Laganas Beach, protected by the Greek and international legislation order. Kalamaki is also part of the National Marine Park. Impressive rocky formations dominate the beach of Kalamaki in Zante and offering a
superb panoramic view over the bay of Laganas. Kalamaki is located near the airport and travel to Kalamaki is easy.
Kalamaki has one half-mile long street lined with souvenir shops, supermarkets, bars, and restaurantsall with giant TV screens with the volume turned up. All the restaurants have
giant menus outside and most offering the all-day breakfast. If you want an English pub, its there, as well as an Irish pub. Having said that, Kalamaki caters mainly for families, and as such, has all the amenities required, including a long 3-mile beach.
The Kalamaki end of the beach is a protected area due to the nesting site of the loggerhead turtles, where crowds of the tiny baby turtles can be seen hurling down to the water in
early season. Because of the turtles, there are no water sports here other than the odd pedalo. The beach is sandy and about 3 miles long. For swimming it is fine-quite shallow near the beach, so its grand for kids. But it's quite a long way out before the deeper water.
Although Kalamaki offers a good choice of restaurants and bars, those wanting busier nightlife are best to head into nearby Laganas.
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