Greece is the word
The village is sprinkled with cafés and souvenir shops, but head down to the pretty paved port for the best choice of authentic restaurants. This is a peaceful place to while away an afternoon as the sun shines down and the boats jiggle on the water’s edge.
Emerald waters, jade-splashed hillsides and sand that looks like it’s spilled from a treasure chest, this majestic region has a colour palette that’ll fill you with awe. Team that with the clash of white-washed buildings and terracotta rooftops and congrats, it seems you’ve just struck gold!
Sivota’s perfectly peaceful vibe is one of its biggest benefits, but on the days you fancy something a little livelier, there are plenty of neighbouring resorts just waiting to be explored. Around 10km up the coast is Plataria, an idyllic village with a boat-studded harbour and some seriously stunning sunsets.