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Sivota Levkas

Sivota is a delightful waterfront village situated in an almost landlocked bay at the southern end of the island of Levkas. The approach to the bay is difficult to see until you are almost upon it. Some say that this is where Odysseus landed and that Evgiros, to the west of Sivota, is the site of the legendary Cave of the Nymphs.

These days, Sivota relies for its existence on the trade that comes from the yachts that stop here and in high season it is a buzzing location. It is wise to arrive relatively early to secure a good berth for the night. The slopes that lead down to the village are planted with olive trees and the old red-roofed houses of the hamlet cluster together on the waterfront.

A good selection of tavernas along the quay ensures that sailors will be well fed and watered as they while away a day or a few hours in a lovely seafront village that encapsulates all that is best about a sailing holiday in Greece’s southern Ionian Sea.   



  • Stern- or bows-to mooring along the quay.  You can anchor further out although the depths drop off quite quickly to 15-20 metres (50 – 65 feet) in places. The bottom is mud and weed with good holding once you are through the weed.

To Do:

  • Eat and drink


  • Water
  • Provisions