Beaches to Visit in Syvota, Greece
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Syvota, Greece is a beautiful village that is not only home to a charming village square, school, and church, but also serves as a small resort. Syvota is located on the mainland across from Corfu. You can take the ferry from Corfu to Syvota or fly into Preveza and then rent a car and drive to the village. When visiting Syvota, you will want to spend time at these beaches.
Gallikos Molos Beach
Gallikos Molos Beach is the closest beach to the village center of Syvota. The beach is narrow and sandy with some pebbles. You can get to Gallikos Molos Beach by following the trail from the small port along the sea. The blue waters of the beach are breathtaking and the greenery reaches to the shore. There is a café at the beach where you can relax with a meal and drink and take in the view. Gallikos Molos beach is an ideal destination for families with children.
Located just 700 meters from Syvota Village, you will find Zavia Beach. Before you get to the beach, you will walk down a steep path that leads you to a concrete terrace. This is the perfect spot to take in your surroundings before heading down the stone steps to the beach. Zavia beach is organized and there are places to get food nearby. The beach is small and sheltered. There are white pebbles and the crystal clear waters are inviting. Adding to the beauty of the area is the small olive grow next to Zavia Beach.
Bella Vraka Beach
Bella Vraka is a small beach on the islet of Mourtemeno. The beach can be reached from Syvota by walking through shallow water. The beach resembles an exotic island and the surrounding landscape looking slightly different than other areas in mainland Greece. The sandy beach and the beautiful water are very inviting. You can enjoy snorkeling, boating, and swimming at Bella Vraka Beach.
Mega Ammos Beach
Mega Ammos Beach is located 2 km from the center of Syvota. It is accessible by foot or by car. If you’re staying in Syvota, the walk to the beach is quite convenient. The beach is organized with sun beds and umbrellas. You can even order drinks. If you bring your own beach chairs or towels to lay on, there is a section for this as well. The beautiful beach of Mega Ammos features a number of restaurants and cafes. There are also water sports centers at the beach if you’re up for some adventure.
Located 1 km from the center of Syvota is Zeri Beach. Zeri Beach is a small, sandy beach with sun beds and umbrellas for rent. There is a tavern that shares the same name of the beach where you can enjoy a cool drink or a delicious meal. There is also a mini water park that features several slides and a swimming pool. There is an entrance fee to the water park, but if you’re traveling with children, it’s a fun attraction.
Greece is known for its beautiful beaches. While visiting the pristine area around Syvota, you’ll want to make sure you spend toe at at least some of these!
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