Zakynthos, Greece

This tropical-modern retreat, which offers a magnificent view of the island from a hill, shows the northeast coast of Zakynthos in all its glory.

Natural materials such as oak, bamboo and rattan characterize the furniture and furnishing elements They contrast with the cool geometric shapes and smooth interior surfaces of the buildings. Earth tones are predominant in the suites and common areas, while an atmospheric lighting concept invites guests to relax. On the terraces and in the outdoor areas, special lounge furniture overlooks the resort's waterways and the sea, inviting guests to view the island from a unique perspective.

Thatched roofs, oak wood and bamboo contrast with tropical modern cube structures as water flows through the resort.
Guided by the island's landscape and the calming effect of water, Block722architects+ created a sprawling property with 93 suites centered around a 4,000-square-foot pool that resembles a lake.Water is omnipresent at Olea, with streams and pools winding between island-like clusters of tropical-modern cube structures, common areas under skylights, hidden gardens and ancient olive trees.

The Olea Spa beckons with a hammam, steam room, sauna, yoga pavilion, and a range of deep-relaxation treatments, including cryotherapy and Ayurveda. All of this has an unchanging appeal after exploring the bucolic northeast coast of Zakynthos and the rolling hills inland.

Delicacies such as Mediterranean and modern Greek cuisine, sushi, cocktails and fine wines can be found at every turn all in an environment characterized by oak wood, bamboo, rattan and other rough natural materials that contrast with the smooth interior surfaces of the buildings.


  • Swimming pool
  • Air conditioner
  • Wifi / WLAN
  • TV / Satellite system
  • Indoor and outdoor pools, treatments, cryotherapy, hammam, gym and salon.
  • 3 restaurants and 2 bars
Zakynthos, Greece
Price on request


The village of Tsilivi, which is also known as Planos, is situated on the northeastern coast of the Greek island of Zakynthos and is surrounded by an abundance of opportunities for exploration and indulgence, such as nearby caves, monasteries, and churches, as well as plenty of fishing and diving spots. Tsilivi beach lies to the north, and the island’s main town—known simply as Zakynthos or Zaente—is just 12 kilometers south of Tsilivi. The dedicated concierge team also organizes wine tasting sessions, lessons in Greek cooking, intimate candlelight dinners, sunset boat trips, sailing, horse-riding, fishing excursions, and more.