Beautiful scenery, an amazing party circuit, and jaw-droppingly low prices - is it any wonder that Zante is one of Europe’s most popular destinations? You know it’s cheap, but just how cheap? Read our Zante Guide to Spending Money for everything you need to know…

Travel In Style

First things first, getting there. A taxi from the airport will set you back about €15. By the time you split this between a group you’ll be getting there cheaper and faster than a transfer bus - win win!

Hungry?

What about the absolutely crucial hangover cures then? There are some amazing restaurants in Zante, and these are pretty reasonably priced - a two course meal will cost around €20, if you see the cocktails (€6-7 each) you probably won’t be able to resist a cheeky few...

Take a Splash with Tidal...

Make sure you’ve budgeted Zantes biggest boat party, Tidal, into your itinerary - a five hour sunset boat party with world class pyrotechnics, CO2 cannons, live DJs, hosts, celebrity appearances, a one hour free bar, and professional photography. This promises to be the highlight of your holiday, just secure your place well in advance with a small deposit and we’ll see you at Pure before the voyage!

Get The Party Started

Let’s get down to the most important factor here - drinks. The very thing that your party holiday will revolve around, and with such good deals along the strip you’ll find it easy to make the most from your euros.

When it comes to pre-drinks, a bottle of vodka will set you back around €10. Throw some rola cola in and you’ve got the night well underway for less than €12 between you!

Ready to hit the strip? - stick together for the best deals. Promoters love groups, and you’ll be able to haggle some amazing drinks packages using your numbers as leverage.

Expect to get more drinks than you can carry for €5 each - these usually involve a cocktail jug, vodkas with mixer and more shots than you’ll want to think about the next day...

Fancy an Adventure?

Other excursions you’ll probably want to factor in include a trip to Shipwreck Cove (€20 by boat), take a tour of turtle island (rent a boat for around €30), or head to the Tsilivi Waterpark (€14 per person, including food) for a splash and a free burger! Look out for half price discounts on these, just ask a rep and they’ll give you the inside scoop.

So, how much spending money should you actually take then? Of course this is going to vary wildly depending on whether you’d rather eat crisp sandwiches than steak dinners every night, but most people can have an amazing time on a comfortable €100 per day. If your budget is a little limited just be sensible with your money, look out for drinks deals on the strip and skip the meals out - there’s no shame in living off Pot Noodles for a week...