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Tsilivi Introduction

Tsilivi is one of the most popular resorts on the island of Zante lying only seven kilometres north of Zante Town. It is situated around a wide bay and is blessed with soft golden sand. The diverse accommodation caters for all budgets while the tavernas and restaurants cater for most tastes. Tsilivi offers fun-filled days with many recreational activities both in and out of the water. Its bars and tavernas provide lively evening entertainment.

Why Go To Tsilivi?

A Tsilivi holiday offers fun-filled days in a relaxed atmosphere. The guarantee of summer sunshine combined with the wonderful beach and clear blue sea make this a very popular resort. The bars and tavernas along the beach provide daylong sustenance and thirst quenching drinks. Tsilivi nightlife is lively without being raucous and there are many places where you enjoy a romantic meal under the stars.

Tsilivi is very popular with both families and couples. The beach attracts those with young children with its fine sand and safe waters. Although evenings are lively by Zante’s standards, young singles tend to choose to stay in Laganas where the entertainment continues until dawn.

When To Go To Tsilivi

The most popular time to visit Tsilivi is in the summer, although the season extends from Easter to the end of October. The temperature range is from 20 to 30 degrees.

Tsilivi - The Place

Tsilivi is a popular resort that continues to expand to accommodate its growing number of devotees without losing its traditional charm. Situated on the north-east coast of Zante, Tsilivi is only nine kilometres from the airport and benefits from a short transfer time.

Tsilivi’s greatest asset is its wonderful soft sandy beach which slopes very gently into the clear blue Ionian Sea providing ideal conditions for young children and less confident swimmers. The more energetic holidaymaker will be pleased with the variety of water sports that are available from the beach. Behind the beach are tavernas supplying daylong refreshments.

A great variety of hotels, villas, apartments and studios offer accommodation catering for all budgets and the restaurants, tavernas and fast food outlets cater for even the most pernickety of palates. Tsilivi also has a good number of shops supplying a wide range of goods. If however this is insufficient for your needs, Zante Town is only a short bus ride away.
Those who like walking will find many delightful tracks and trails in the surrounding countryside. Here you can stroll among the olive groves and vineyards or wander along the coastal paths. There are also bicycles and horses for hire.

It is worth taking a trip inland to the picturesque villages with their whitewashed houses swathed in climbing blossom and fertile vineyards where the authentic spirit of Greece is found. The tavernas here serve good wholesome food and wine.

A Tsilivi holiday would be incomplete without a trip to Smuggler’s cove. It is the most photographed cove in the whole of Greece with its tall cliffs, golden sands and wrecked ship half-buried in the sand. Although it can be viewed from above, the best place to see it is from out at sea.

Tsilivi Nightlife

Tsilivi nightlife has a good mix of lively and not so lively venues and as such, it pleases a variety of people. There are many tavernas and restaurants where you can enjoy an evening meal under the stars enjoying conversation in the company of friends. There are also limited numbers of karaoke bars and clubs where you can dance until the early hours of the morning.

Tsilivi Shopping

Tsilivi has a good number of supermarkets and mini-markets where you can purchase your essential provisions. There are also the usual tourist shops with souvenirs and holiday mementoes. In the evening stall holders set out their wares in order to relieve visitors of their Euros. Those looking for a greater variety can make the short journey to Zante Town where its maze of streets are filled with shops of every description. Popular souvenirs include leather goods, jewellery, ceramics and embroidered linens.

Tsilivi Eating

Tsilivi has a large number of restaurants and tavernas providing a wide range of food catering for almost all tastes. There are establishments serving British fare for the less adventurous palate, burgers for the fast food addicts and international dishes for those who need their Friday night curry or Chinese. There are, of course, many tavernas serving traditional food. As in all Greek islands, fish features prominently on menus and locally caught fish, simply cooked, is always satisfying. Moussaka is another Greek favourite made from minced lamb, aubergines and a béchamel sauce. A good way to try traditional food is to order Mezedes, the Greek equivalent of the Spanish tapas, which includes a variety of bite-sized fish, meat and vegetables.

Local wines are inexpensive and very palatable.

Children are always made very welcome in restaurants and their tastes and portion size are usually accommodated.