Travel to Sivota, the earthly paradise of the Ionian
Discover Sivota, a captivating blend of history and natural splendor nestled along Thesprotia's southern coast. This idyllic settlement boasts a stunning backdrop of the Ionian Sea's azure waters and majestic mountains, creating an enchanting atmosphere that beckons travelers seeking coastal charm.
Perched within a picturesque cove, Sivota's allure is accentuated by two rocky islets amidst the open sea. Cobblestone streets wind through the town, leading to a captivating waterfront that offers breathtaking views of both the settlement and the boundless horizon.
Sivota's coastal magnificence extends to its array of beaches, from the exotic beauty of Bella Vraka and Pisina to the inviting warmth of Mega Drafi and Agia Paraskevi. The "path of lovers," a romantic trail from the port to the French pier, sets the scene for unforgettable sunsets over the Ionian waters.
With its rich history, stunning landscapes, and modern comforts, Sivota invites you to experience a seaside escape like no other.
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.