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Azzuro Beach, Zakynthos
Greece

The Porto Azzuro Beach Bar is located in the seaside area of Vasiliko, in the north eastern part of the island. It is 10 kilometers away from the airport, and 8 kilometers from the port and the town of Zakynthos.

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