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 spend an afternoon in the rays as 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 is really something, alright. Team that with the clash of whitewashed buildings and terracotta rooftops and, congrats, it seems you’ve just hit the jackpot!
Sivota’s go-slow vibe is one of its biggest benefits, but on the days you fancy something a little livelier, there are various neighbouring resorts just waiting to be explored. Around 10km up the coast is Plataria, a diddy village with a boat-studded harbour that’s primed for watching sunsets.