Nearby Getaways
Tesoro Sivota - Corfu Island

Nearby Getaways


Tesoro Sivota - The island of Corfu

A cosmopolitan island with plenty of museums and archaeological sites. It stands out for its artistic tradition and its unique architecture, the beautiful view with the unique sunset that it can offer to the visitor as well as the nightlife.

The historic center of Corfu has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Tesor Sivota - The island of Paxoi

An island known for its excellent beaches and turquoise waters, It is a magnet for tourists from all over the world. There are daily routes from Sivota to Paxos for one-day excursions. According to mythology, Paxos was created by Poseidon, who hit Corfu with his trident, resulting in a part of it being cut off, which we still know today as the island of Paxos!

In 2004, Paxos was distinguished as a cultural village of Europe.


Tesoro Sivota - Parga

It is only 35 km from Sivota. A traditional settlement, amphitheatrically built under the shadow of its Venetian castle. Its cobbled streets as well as its sandy beaches are flooded with crowds in the summer months. During the Hellenistic period, Parga was referred to as Toryni. There are also many churches in Parga that are worth seeing.

Don't neglect to visit the castle as well as the island opposite!



Lefkada is a beautiful island with incredible beaches on its western side such as Agios Nikitas, Porto Katsiki, Egremnoi, Kastro, Pefkoulia, Kathisma, Gialos, Mylos and several others. The residents are famous for their hospitality and as a tourist destination it is one of the most suitable for families. It is suitable for relaxation as the rhythm of life on the island is not particularly intense. It is an ideal destination for families. On the east side of the island you will find the beautiful Nydri and on the south Vasiliki from where you can rent water taxis or take one-day cruises to other Ionian islands!

It is also worth mentioning that you will not need a ferry boat to access Lefkada since you can go with your vehicle via the bridge that connects the island to mainland Greece.

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