Excursion Shipwreck with Jeep Land-Rover
The Jeep Safari to Shipwreck beach is a fantastic excursion that will let you discover unforgettable landscapes, wild vegetation and traditional villages. We will take you to San Nikolaos port from where we take the boat to Shipwreck beach and you will have the chance to swim in the Shipwreck beach and in the Blue Caves.
The shipwreck is the most photographed beach in Greece and is only accessible by excursion or private boat. It is one of the most famous beaches on the planet and a tourist trademark of Zakynthos and Greece. The white pebbles on beach and the sulphurous caves that next to it, give the water an electric blue color.
The Blue Caves consists of consecutive chambers which lead to Great and little Cave, they owe their name to the blue waters, as object below the water appear to have a blue hue.
You can reach this spot by excursion or by renting a private boat
Excursion information: 3 Swimming Stops: Shipwreck Beach, Blue caves and Stenitis
Port of Cameo or your accomodation
We will pick you up at 9.00 am at your accomodation or from Cameo Port.
After a 1.30h drive through traditional villages we arrive to Agios Nikolaos port from where we take the boat to Shipwreck beach. The boat will stop for 30minutes swimming and pictures. The boat reaches very close to the sand and gives you easy access to the beach.
Next swimming stop is the Blue Caves, where you get the chance to see them from the inside, as the boat have the right size to enter them. Then, the boat stops for 20minutes, to let you relax, swim and have fun! After visiting the Caves, it’s time to go back to Agios Nikolaos Port.
Shipwreck View Point.
After the boat trip we follow the road and we arrive to see Shipwreck Beach from the above. Enjoy the magical view and take memorable photos (30 minutes).
Stenitis Beach is a small 4m beach, it’s seem natural swimming pool – reachable only by jeep. We have a 30 minutes swimming and after this refreshing stop we start for Kampi for lunch and traditional tavern with fantastic view.
Aristeon Olive Oil Press
Learn step by step the process of the olive oil production from 18th century wooden olive press to today’s modern two phase centrifuge separator. Try and taste the Aristeon Olive Oil.
Return at 5pm
The other 2 stops are designed for swimming on 2 other unmissable beaches.
**In the event of adverse weather conditions, the program may vary.
Departure Time9:00 am
Return Time5.00 pm