Zeta Virginis is just north of Spica, about a third of the distance from Spica to Arcturus: binoculars.
Between zeta Virginis and gamma Virginis (Porrima) is a delightful binary, Struve 1719: two eighth-magnitude stars which, combined, shine with a visual magnitude of 7.0.
The fixed companion is 7.5" from the primary with a position angle of 1º (due north from the primary). The binary is situated almost exactly in the middle of a triangle formed by gamma, zeta, and delta Virginis: binoculars.
...Iota and Mu Virginis
Show #39: Navigating your way through (part of) the Virgo Cluster
Carpe Noctem - Seize the Night!
Mastering the Virgo Cluster
Sky & Telescope (Archives) - Cambridge
Author: Alan M MacRobert
Date: May 1994
Section: Backyard Astronomy