Navagion kuuluisa laivahylky-ranta Zakythoksella. Kuva: Panoramio.com, makis-GREECE

Paras tapa tutustua Zakynthoksen kuuluisaan Navagio-rantaan on hypätä pikkuveneeseen Porto Vromin ihastuttavassa satamassa, jolta löytyy myös pikkuruinen uimaranta.

Matkalla Navagiolle voi nautiskella kirkkaan sinisistä vesistä ja myös hienoista sinisistä luolista, joissa voi myös kapteenin luvalla pulahtaa veteen.

Porto Vromin ranta Zakythoksella. Kuva: Panoramio.com, Ioannis Papadakis

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We got on a little boat and went to see the Shipwreck and supposedly the Blue Caves. After we went to see the wreck the captain started heading back the same way we came. I knew from a map that the Blue Caves were in the other direction so we asked the captain. He said ”All caves are blue. I not lie to you. I tell you the truth. I’m not mafia”. He then took us to see some caves which was fine and we didn’t mind really, we thought it was quite funny and the trip was cheap only 10 euros for adults and nothing for children. All I’d say is don’t get on this trip if you want to see the real Blue Caves or you will be disappointed.

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Garry C
In my opinion this is the only way to see the shipwreck.Not only do you get to enjoy the beautiful scenery on the way there but when you get there its uncrowded and really peaceful.The boats are small enough to go right into the blue caves and the captain encourages you to jump in and have a swim and this is just on the way there!It is only a short journey {20 mins}and when you get to the wreck you have no problem getting off the boat has it can get right up to the beach unlike the bigger tour boats that have to transfer you to smaller boats or sometimes cant even dock because of windy conditions.You stop for approx 1 hour then return to porto vromi where you can also sunbathe on the little beach,take a pedaloe around the rocks {recommended as they usually have glass bottomed view finders so you can see clearly all the way to the sea bed}.All in all to spend say 30 euros on a car for the day as opposed to 30 euros to be sat on a crowded noisy boat for 1 hour + theres no comparison and i should know because i’ve been 5 times to the wreck but only ist time by an organised tour.BRILLIANT! AND DOING IT ALL AGAIN THIS AUGUST!