Finding a room in a shared apartment in Zante can be tricky when going it alone. There are lots of apartments available for workers, but let’s just say not all of them are a ‘home from home’. You can save the disappointment by using a trusted company like Ace Working Holidays. We work with reputable landlords with great apartments in central areas.
We make sure they have good amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Our 28-day package ensures that you settle in, then if you decide to stay after this your rep will find you a permanent apartment for the Summer.
Work in Zante this Summer
You’re probably viewing this guide because you are keen to join us for Summer 2021. There are tons of jobs available in Zante, so you will be sure to find something that suits.
The beautiful beaches of Zante are truly breathtaking. There are so many to choose from you could attend a different beach every week! With so many options you’re guaranteed to find your perfect shore. This article lists the 28 best beaches and shows them on a map.
Discover the wild party beaches of Laganas, to the more serene southern coasts – you’ll be spoilt for choice. Beaches are always high on the list of criteria when deciding where to go on holiday and they’re even more important on a working holiday. The beach can be the perfect place to unwind in between shifts. The weather is immense so you’ll get plenty of opportunities to top up that tan.
The calm, warm waters of the Mediterranean that surround the island are famous for how clear they are and when you walk around, the bright white sand feels like it’s giving your feet a big hug – you’ll think you’re in paradise.
COST OF LIVING
How much money are you going to need?
You’re on holiday so it’s obvious you might have to spend a bob or two to make sure you have a class time, but you don’t have to be a millionaire to rip it up. That’s the beauty of working in Zante with Ace – you can earn everything you need to have a wild night.
It’s also a great way to meet people and get to know the best places; a clever way of saving some money. Some bars are cheap and you can get a skin full for even less than you’d pay in the UK. There are a few expensive ones, but if you know the right people and sweet talk the promo guys, you can get your hands on some pretty thrifty deals. On a budget, you could easily manage with around 50-60 euros a day.
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ZANTE (LAGANAS) NIGHTLIFE
A whole strip of bars and clubs!
This famous Zante main strip is about 300m long and is just packed with people, buzzing around, causing mischief, getting mortal and having a laugh. Even just by walking through the neon-lit street, hearing the music and seeing the smiling happy faces, you will definitely get that buzzing feeling. This isn’t like your typical night out – not a Wetherspoons around. Check out some of the popular bars and clubs such as Zeros, Plus Club and Republic Beach Club.
This nightlife is so far off the hook it doesn’t even remember who the hook is. Banging music, bustling bars, epic clubs, and mad moves – this place has got it all. If you work hard, you should get to play hard, right? Sound like your cup of tea? Then, Zante is the one for you.
Eating out in Zante
Anyone for a Gyros?
It’s no secret that the Greece has some of the tastiest food in Europe. Surrounded by the Medietraia sea, it’s not hard to get a fresh and delicious meal in a restaurant. Washed down with a glass of Ouzo, a Moussaka or Gyros with a side of tzatziki is just the treat you need on your days off.
There are endless places to eat in Zante. You can always reply on a quick junk food fix with Mcdonalds, KFC and Burger King on the doorstep, but don’t pass on the local dishes they are just delicious! There are some great restaurants where you can catch the sunset such as Cool Peppers. Chevy’s is going to be your regular, so get ready for the tastiest breakfast to settle than hangover!
Obviously you want to enjoy eating out, but this can make it more difficult to save so we recommend a weekly food shopping routine. Working in a restaurant is going to be a bonus as you often get free food! If you fancy getting into the cuisine before you go check out this list of 10 Greek dishes to try before you arrive!
The routine to save you money!
It is so easy to get into bad habits of spending money eating out each day. If you are rolling in it then brilliant, but you will prepare for the Winter months with a nice bank balance if you do a weekly supermaket shop. There are a range of options from small corner shops, to large supermarkets – there is even a LIDL and a Sainsburys!
Remeber, if you eat well, you will keep that bod you workers so hard for before arriving! it will also mean you are less likely to have days off work with the Vodka flu!
Every night is an opportunity to party!
From the first day you arrive, your reps will show you all the events happening that week in Zante. Attend a couple or go to all of them, it’s your decision! The boat parties often a few times a week, and look out for the regular workers’ parties!
You will recieve amazing discounts on events with your Ace workers wristband including club nights, boat parties and excursions.
Discounted events, food and drink!
All Ace workers get a special wristband which you can show at various partner venues on the island. This entitles you to discounts on food and drink. You can save loads by making the most of the wristband offers, so try to budget and find the hidden gems for a 1 Euro drink or 2 Euro meal!
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See the amazing parts of Zante
Zante is bursting with nature and incredible creatures – if you like animals then you should definitely check out some of the quieter beaches that are teeming with marine life. The island is also renowned for the range of water sports available to thrill-seekers. St.Nicholas, Alykes and Tsilivi are the best places to find flyboarding and parachuting – there’s also a pretty awesome water park in the area which you can check out on your day off. Zante is known as being quite a spiritual place and you can see loads of beautiful old buildings and churches around the island – you can book onto various excursions that take you on a tour to see more of the cultural side which is definitely recommended. After all, it’s not just about the partying, is it? Well maybe, 90% is.