You’re bound to have your own personal favourite Greek Island by the time they hop on the plane back home.
Reasons to choose Zest in the Greek Islands
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to hiring a car in the Greek Islands. Our booking process is simple and hassle-free. Because we know when you are planning your trip, the last thing you want to worry about is the small print. So we don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees either.
We only work with carefully picked and trusted car hire providers in the Greek Islands. So you know you’ll get the same level of customer service from them as you would from us. Our head office is based in the UK and open 6 days a week. We also operate a 24/7 emergency phone service to help with any problems you may have when you’re on the road.
Should you require it, we give you total peace of mind with breakdown assistance throughout the Islands as well as offering top-up insurance so you’re completely covered.
Popular Greek Islands
Fly into Corfu Airport and you’ll discover this wonderful island is much the same as when Gerald Durrell wrote about it. Influenced by its Venetian, French, and British past, the Old Town of Corfu city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the Spianáda, the largest square in the Balkans. With wonderful beaches, churches, 2 fortresses, excellent museums, and numerous tavernas, Corfu is an amazing island to visit.
Whether you’re arriving via Chania or Heraklion Airports, or Heraklion Port, we have suppliers all over the island. With its Minoan history, striking mountains, and wonderful weather, Crete has lots to offer any visitor. Wonderful churches with 15th century frescoes, castles, Samarian Gorge, and Minoan palaces are amongst the historical treasures on offer.
It may be most famous for Louis de Bernieres’ Captain Corelli’s Mandolin than for anything else but Kefalonia is a magical island that will captivate you. Sightseeing is a must, there is the glorious Spartia Temple, the striking architecture of Lassi-Argostoli, the gorgeous Myrtos beach, and Ayios Gerasimos, a monastery nestled in the hills near Peratata.
Head to Rhodes Airport and prepare for a really unique holiday. Whether you choose to explore a magnificent Byzantine mosque, soothe your aching muscles in a Turkish bath, have an ouzo in the sun by a traditional Greek harbour, or visit the majestic Mosque of Suleiman, you’ll have the trip of a lifetime.
Famous for its blue domed buildings which are a prime example of example of Cycladic architecture, Santorini is one of the most popular islands in Greece. With wonderful food and wine, this volcanic island really is one of those places to see before you die.