1 Fully Equipped Kitchen
High-Speed Wi-Fi Connection
Cara prides itself on providing guests with a luxury experience boasting fantastic views along the coastline and out to the Ionian Sea. Merging with the surrounding landscape, this villa incorporates a design that allows the gentle sea breeze to flow in freely, while from the bed to the bathtub, every view is open to the outdoors.
The villa has been designed, to an exceptionally high standard, focusing on open planned living with large windows to capture the scenery from every little corner. Gorgeous interiors blend modern style with accents of Greece and Italy, while the outdoor area of the villa features a covered alfresco dining area, a private infinity pool and natural shading from the mature manicured gardens. Merging with the surrounding landscape, this villa incorporates a design that allows the gentle sea breeze to flow in freely, while from the bed to the bathtub, every view is open to the outdoors.
The villa is organised at two levels and can accommodate 6 persons in three bedrooms. It is fully air conditioned, with access to free WI-FI.
The split level ground floor includes the comfortable lounge with Satellite TV, Flat screen TV, DVD player and CD player. Patio doors lead to the outside terrace. In an open plan design to the lounge is the fully equipped kitchen with Dishwasher, Microwave, Oven, Hob, Fridge/freezer, Coffee machine, Dining facilities. Patio doors lead to the Terrace. The utility area features a Washing machine and a Tumble dryer. Two of the three bedrooms of the villa are situated on this level. The first bedroom has a double bed and en suite bath with overhead shower, WC and single washbasin. The second bedroom has a double bed. There is a separate bathroom overhead shower, WC and Twin washbasin.
On the first floor there is the third bedroom with a double bed and a balcony.
The outside area includes a private swimming pool, natural shade, portable BBQ, pergola and poolside shower.
Sivota is a beautiful coastal village of 3000 residents, surrounded by natural beauty, crystal clear waters and lush vegetation in the Thesprotia department of the region of Epirus. The nearest beach is just a short walk from the villa, where soft sand gently shelves into crystal clear waters. Discover one of the many beautiful beaches across the 20km shore, from Sivota to the pretty town of Parga, or explore the surrounding areas and experience the wonders of Meteora, the historical town of Ioannina, the mythical river of Acheron or an organized trip to the Islands of Paxos and Corfu.
From Athens International Airport (ATH): Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" is located in Spata, 33 km southeast of Athens. Sivota is connected with Athens by the Athens – Rio “E94”, “E65”, Rio – Lefkada “E55”,”E951” and Preveza – Igoumenitsa “E18”,”E952” national roads. Athens to Sivota is about 446km which is almost 5,5 hours by car. Sivota is situated 23km south of Igoumenitsa port.
From Thessaloniki “Macedonia” Airport (SKG): Sivota is connected with Thessaloniki by the Thessaloniki–Igoumenitsa “E90” Egnatia national road. Sivota is situated 23km south of Igoumenitsa port. Thessaloniki to Sivota is about 345km which is almost 3,5-4 hours by car.
From Italy by ferry: Ferry boats from Italy arrive in Igoumenitsa, 23km north of Sivota.
Popular nearby airports are: Corfu, from where you would have to take a ferry boat. Preveza, for charter or domestic flights and 80km away by car. Ioannina, for domestic airlines from Athens and 80km away by car.
Sivota is a scenic coastal village with rare natural beauty situated in Thesprotia, north of the Ionic Sea. It lies only 24 km south of Igoumenitsa, opposite Corfu. It is a beautiful place where the green landscape is embraced by the unique blue sea that constitutes an idyllic picture. The area is surrounded by the isles of Agios Nikolaos and Mavro Oros. Also Sivota can constitute a starting point for also a trip in the Historical and natural monuments of Epirus.
Sivota is a pole attraction for the visitors from all over the world. It is gifted by the nature and it can be unforgettable to everyone. Sivota has developed tourism in a great degree, having astonishing and cool beaches and green islets towards the entry of the bay. The marinas of Sivota and Plataria have the potentiality to accommodate small crafts, contributing even more to the area development. In addition, one can visit the villages of Faskomilia, Argyrotopos and Polyneri, in the rock of which there exists an ancient castle, a Byzantine acropolis and an unexplored cavern with beautiful stalactites.
The village of Sivota received its name from the Naval Battle of Sivota (433 B.C) between the Corinthians and the Corfiotes during the Peloponnesian War, as described by the ancient historian Thucydides (460 - 400 B.C). According to Thucydides, the region - which was comprised of five islands and the opposite shores - was uninhabited.
Later mentions of Sivota stated that in 551 A.D. the region was destroyed by the Goths. Later, in 1294 A.D, the region reverted to the Epirus Archbishop. In 1821 the islands were the base for Kyriakouli Mavromichali during the Greek Revolution. The village was later called Volia and Mourtos and in 1950 it received its current name of Sivota.
Today Sivota, in accordance with the Law concerning the unification of communities (known as "Kapodistria") and together with Plataria, Faskomilia, Skorpiona, Argyrotopo and Polyneri, constitute the Municipality of Sivota, which is based in Plataria.
• Ζavia, is the first beach you find making the trip Sivota - Perdika.
• Zeri, is a small, sheltered and very picturesque beach. Is ideal for families as it has shallow and clear waters.
• Galikos molos (French mole), is a small beach with pebbles and feature clear water.
• Pissina, is one of the most beautiful beaches. Located on the island "Mavronoros", visitable only by boat, you can make a tour of all the islands of Sivota with beautiful beaches and caves. A natural pool invites you to explore.
• Bella Vraka, a sandy beach, located on the right side of the village of Sivota opposite the island of St. Nicholas.
• Mega Ammos and Mikri Ammos(Bakola):. Two pebble beaches one right next to each other. Mega Ammos is an organized beach with sunbeds and umbrellas. Mikri Mega Ammos is accessible by a short downhill path that starts parallel to the main.
Like most of Greece, Sivota offers simple local cuisines including good quality fresh fish and slow-cooked meats, as well as a host of typical Greek specialities. You will be spoilt for choice with many colourful-canopied cafes and charming tavernas, which boast stunning locations lining the waterfront.
The nightlife of Sivota is largely focused around the waterfront, with a number of tradtional tavernas, restaurants and cafés lining the quayside. There is a disco that opens down by the waterfront in high season, however things are generally pretty low key here and tend to be centred around good food and drink.
Sivota is not ideal if you want to shop till you drop, but perfect if you want to pick up some new shoes, bags or handmade jewellery. If you’re a culinary whizz, make sure you check out the local liquors, honey and olive oil.
Mandatory check-in only on Sunday
|April 30 – July 1||€ 4,460 per week|
|July 2 – September 2||€ 6,750 per week|
|September 3 – September 30||€ 4,460 per week|
|October 1 – October 22||€ 3,000 per week|
• Daily Housekeeping
• Regular pool cleaning and servicing
• Use of a private beach with beach bar
• Pets are permitted only with prior approval
• Vehicle rentals (optional service)
• Yacht / boat rentals (optional service)
• Helicopter / Learjet rentals (optional service)
• Pre-arrival shopping services (optional service)
• Child care (optional service)
• Chef / Battler (optional service)
• Massage and beauty treatments (optional service)
• Gourmet food and wine supply (optional service)
• Approval for rent and controlled by National Tourism Organization (EOT)