Travel to Sivota, the earthly paradise of the Ionian
In the southern part of the prefecture of Thesprotia, against the backdrop of the endless blue of the Ionian Sea and next to high steep mountains, lies Sivota, a beautiful settlement, a place of great history and inexhaustible natural beauty. Built at the heart of a picturesque cove with two green rocky islets in the open, Sivota stands out in the charming landscape and with its perfect tourist infrastructure, and rightly so, it emerges as a popular seaside destination, completely ready to charm everyone.
Endowed with a landscape of unparalleled natural beauty, dominated by the green of nature and the blue of the crystal clear waters of the Ionian, Sivota claim a place in the heart of the visitor with their charming character, as befits, ideally, in a seaside resort and cosmopolitan air of refined beauty.
Cobbled streets and picturesque houses make up the residential core of Sivota, with their impressive waterfront offering stunning views of the settlement and the open sea, while in the picturesque marina anchor the most impressive sailing boats and speedboats.With stunning emerald beaches, picturesque coves and velvety beaches surrounding them from everywhere, Sivota offers a variety of options, with the islands of Mavro Oros, Mourtemeno and Agios Nikolaos being part of a true earthly paradise. Bella Vraka and Pisina beaches are shocking with their exotic beauty, while at Zavia, Zeri and Stavento beaches the senses reach their peak. Mega Drafi with its emerald waters and the beach of Agia Paraskevi, with its pebbly warm waters, claim their own share of love in the heart of the visitor, while Mega and Mikri Ammos become the ultimate scene of enjoyment and recreation. Finally, the "path of lovers", which starts from the port and ends at the French pier, will take off romance, as the sunset will scatter its colors on the endless horizon of the Ionian.
Food and local cuisine
In Sivota you can try a wide range of delicious dishes from products of excellent quality. A wide variety of meat dishes, fresh fish and seafood, vegetables and fruits dominate the local cuisine. Try dishes such as garlic marinated anchovies, swordfish, cuttlefish with spinach and octopus in many variations, such as the famous burdeto (octopus with red sauce and crispy potatoes), handmade pasta and excellently cooked, while for dessert options such as ice cream, will complement a gourmet menu of great claims.
When to visit Sivota
The area receives the largest number of visitors during the summer months of July and August, when there is an increased influx of people. Spring, early summer and autumn are ideal seasons, if you want the ideal setting for relaxation and tranquility.
Moving from/to Sivota
Moving from/to Sivota
Go to Sivota by road. From Thessaloniki follow the road to Veria-Ioannina and then via Egnatia Odos turn at the exit Sivota. From Athens, via Athens-Corinth National Road, follow the Olympia road to Patras, and after crossing the Rio-Antirrio bridge, via the Ionian road you reach your destination.
Transportation in Sivota
Transportation in Sivota is mainly succeeded by car or taxi but also on foot. Sivota is friendly in terms of cycling, while you can rent a boat for short excursions to the rocky islets of the area.