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When: Book a summer holiday to make your mates jealous and head out between June and September. You’ll get that infectious atmosphere around you, ensuring you’re on an everlasting high and you’ll meet a whole load of people who just want to have the time of their lives. Now, we can’t find a single thing wrong with that…
Where: Say near the beach so you can get in every second of tannage possible, while being only footsteps from that alluring Golden Mile strip.
Why: If you’re looking to find love, Laganas will offer you up a whole selection of mighty fine contenders. Discover them in the throng of the crowd at night and let your love blossom on the beach by day … aww, schucks.
When: You can’t go on a group holiday to Laganas without inviting the sunshine, can you? So visit in May – September when you can be sure that the sun will join you. You don’t want to be in his bad books, trust us!
Where: As close to the strip as possible! Here, you’re in a great location for a swift stumble home post-partying and, in the morning, you haven’t got to go far to get some hangover-curing food in your bellies.
Why: Because Zante is one of the biggest party islands in Greece and Laganas is the biggest party resort in Zante and so, if you’re looking for a party holiday doused in style, Laganas is the place to be.
When: We’d recommend you travel early June. The party season is not quite heating up, but the weather sure is. Benefit from lovely, soul-warming rays and the tranquillity of a pre-season getaway. Sounds lush, right?
Where: Picture your idea of romance and you’re probably imagining yourself and your loved one splayed out on a beach somewhere. So, why stay anywhere else than on Laganas’ beachfront? Nothing beats having the beach toe-curlingly close and waking up to the sound of the waves (no snoring please, men).
Why: Laganas is home to some of the most photographed beaches in the world, and with that in mind, why are you even still reading this and not packing your suitcase already?
When: Don’t fall out with the head teachers by taking your kids out of school, as the Easter holidays are as good as time to go as any. Trust us, these magnificent culture attractions aren’t going anywhere.
Where: Try to avoid staying near the bars and clubs, unless getting woken up by ouzo-filled youngsters is your idea of a good time. If you settle yourself down on Laganas’ outskirts, you’ll benefit from quieter strips of sand and more peaceful evenings.
Why: Laganas is home to a host of simply magical sites and your whole family will be missing out if you don’t get the opportunity to see them. You may think we’re exaggerating, but we’re not! From the simply astounding Blue Caves (which, alas, are not full of smurfs, although there’s no reason to tell the little ones that) to the shipwreck on Navagio Bay, prepare your mind to be blown.