€67 - €265
|CHEAPEST CITY IN IONIAN ISLANDS||Lefkáda||35% cheaper||Hotels in Lefkáda are the cheapest in Ionian Islands at just €67 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN IONIAN ISLANDS||Tsilivi||61% more expensive||Tsilivi has the highest priced hotels in Ionian Islands with rooms averaging €265 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN IONIAN ISLANDS||Zakynthos||72% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Zakynthos than any other city in Ionian Islands|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Ionian Islands near Laganas Beach then you are in luck. momondo recommends 11 hotels near Laganas Beach and on average, hotels in the area cost €135/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Laganas Beach are typically 40% more expensive than the average hotel in Ionian Islands, which is €80.
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|High season||November||most expensive time to stay|
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€38 - €206
|Cheapest day of week||Friday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
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The Ionian Islands have a rich cultural and artistic history, influenced by successive occupying civilizations, from Macedonian, Roman, and Byzantine to Venetian, French and British. You’ll easily find cheap hotels in the Ionian Islands from which to explore. On the main island of Corfu, you’ll find the Old Fortress, a Venetian fort housing a Byzantine art collection. The Corfu Museum of Asian Art has sections devoted to Chinese, Japanese and Indian art going back to prehistoric times. This museum is located inside the Palace of St. Michael & St. George. One of the most iconic outdoor attractions is the centuries-old pirate shipwreck in the Navagio Cove on the island of Zakynthos. Another quirky tourist attraction with a fascinating Greek mythological tie-in is the tiny coastal village of Paleokastritsa on Corfu. Here is where Odysseus was shipwrecked in Homer’s classic “Odyssey”. Hotels in the Ionian Islands from which to reach these landmarks include the Arcadion Hotel.
If you book hotels in the Ionian Islands, you’re in for a culinary treat. For some of the most authentic Greek food you could wish to taste, head to Ithaca Island, where you’ll find the small Ithaca Greek Taverna. One of the top restaurants in the archipelago is on Kythira Island – O Platanos is a tiny bistro that serves traditional local dishes based on secret family recipes passed down through generations. For freshly caught local seafood, there’s Fishalida on Corfu, and in northern Corfu, you can stop at Old Perithia Taverna, which has been run by the same family for over 150 years. Zakynthos boasts a boutique gourmet restaurant renowned throughout the islands, Prosilio. Alternatively, you can eat at Malanos, which serves traditional rural favourite dishes like wild boar and rabbit. You can book virtually any Ionian Islands hotel and be near to a wonderful local restaurant – try the family-friendly Atlantis Hotel on Corfu.
There are seven islands in the Ionian archipelago, each with its own attractions, but the most popular tourist cities are on Corfu, Zakynthos, Cephalonia and Lefkas. Corfu, the capital of its namesake island, is known as the most beautiful. It has everything from sandy beaches to monasteries and ancient fortresses, and its cobbled streets are lined with old Venetian-style buildings. Lixouri and Argostoli are on Cephalonia, with the former known for its restaurants and the latter boasting architectural sights like the Clock Tower on Kambana Square and one of the biggest stone bridges on earth, Bosset Bridge. The city of Zakynthos, or Zante, is famous for its scenic town squares and San Dionisio church. The most traditionally Greek city in the islands is Lefkada, the capital of Lefkas Island. It has a crystal-clear marina, where you can have a meal in one of the taverns looking out across it. You can find cheap hotels in the Ionian Islands in any of these cities, like Thomais Boutique Hotel in Lefkada or Palatino Hotel in Zakynthos.
Lomvardou 20, Zakynthos, Greece
Mayor La Grotta Verde Grand Resort - Adults Only
Agios Gordios, P.O Box 8246, Agios Gordios, Greece