- Taverns 50m
- Super Markets 50m
- Tsilivi center 200m
- Clinic 200m
- Pharmacy 400m
- Tsilivi Beach 500m
- Port to Kefalonia 20km
- Zakynthos Town 5km
- Airport 7km
THE "ELAIAS GI" ESTATE IN THE VILLAGE OF PLANOS (TSILIVI)
The "Elaias Gi" (land of olive trees) estate is located in the village of Planos or Tsilivi, in a quiet area very close to the tourist center of the area where you can go on foot.
In this region there is also the sandy beach of Tsilivi, awarded with a blue flag, where you can find water sports and plenty of shops.
Tsilivi is a popular destination for families and couples and one of the most central parts of the island of Zakynthos. It is located atto the northeast of the island and has a large (2 km) sandy beach. On the beach there are water sports available, so you can spend a memorable summer day.
In the surrounding area there are many olive groves and vineyards, creating a lush green backdrop. In Tsilivi there are several bars and restaurants to choose from. Most businesses are family ones, creating a warm and friendly atmosphere that will make you feel at home.
At a distance of 5 km only, you will find the town of Zakynthos, where there is a large market and all types of services such as shops, clinics, hospital and many attractions and museums.
Zakynthos is the third largest of the Ionian Islands, after Kefalonia and Corfu. The coastline has a length of 123 km., while the shape of the island resembles an irregular triangle with the Gulf of Laganas being its base, and Cape Skinari on the north its vertex. The island has rich vegetation, forests of conifers and wild plants, but also olive trees, pine forests and aquatic plants in the coastal shores. The rainfall in late autumn animates the cyclamens, the sage and the nine orchid species, growing on the island. The scent of sea lily is possibly responsible for the name 'Fioro tou Levante' (meaning Flower of the East). The fauna is rich, too, with Caretta Caretta being the protagonist while the migratory birds that make a stop in Zakynthos are also plenty.
The island has a remarkable music tradition and peculiar local religious ceremonies. Famous Zakynthian products are: Verdea wine, the exceptional ‘ladotyri’, nougats and colognes. On festive days, Zakynthians never fail to buy “pastelia” (sesame seed candy) and “fritoures” (fried semolina delicacy) from “pastelades” (people selling sesame candies), outside the temples-church.