Attractions, Sights & Things to Do in or near Syvota
Port of Syvota
In a wind-protected bay, it hosts fishing, sailing, & other tourist boats, while it offers charming day-trips on nearby islands & unique beaches.
Promenade of Syvota
By the picturesque small port, it has a relaxed atmosphere, nice tavernas, and cafeterias, while it is also famous for its beautiful sunset.
Picturesque coastline village in a gulf of the Ionian sea, well-known as a safe natural port that welcomes numerous tourist boats.
Ranked in second place in traffic among Greek ports, the city has evolved into a commercial and transit hub between Greece and Europe.
Green dense vegetated but also densely populated island that is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.
Ali Pasha Castle, Anthousa
Ottoman fortification erected in 1814 by Ali Pasha who was aiming to get control of the rebellious and disobedient city of Parga.
Archeological Site of Ancient Gitana
Remains of an ancient city founded between 335 BC and 330 BC that served as the capital of the broader region for almost 150 years.
Exclusive destination of the west coastline of the Greek mainland, that is very similar to the beautiful landscape of the Ionian Sea islands.
Next to Kalodiki settlement and a 100 meters away from Morfi village is a wetland with rich flora and fauna as well as a bird-watching area.
Questions & Answers about Syvota
Why Visit Syvota?
- Built by a bay in front of scattered green islands with beaches of turquoise waters.
- Coastal village built around a scenic port with paved waterfront & many tavernas.
- It's usually called the "Riviera of Epirus" or the "Caribbean of Greece".