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Sivota Mourtos

The Sivota Islands lie opposite the village of Mourtos on the coast of the mainland, north of Parga and south of Plateria.  The three rugged islands in the group – Nisis Ay Nikolaos, Nisis Sivota and Nisis Mavros Notos – have long been popular with yachties as a good place to hole-up for a few days of relaxation. A reef obstructs passage between Nisis Ay Nikolaos and Nisis Sivota.. 

The redevelopment of the town quay at Mourtos has been sympathetic and none of the charm or traditional ambience of the village has been lost. Sand-bar Bay and Monastery Bay are less traditional in feel, and if noise and late-night action are what you are after then Sand-bar Bay might just be the place for you.

If you are travelling with children they will undoubtedly want you to bring them to the water park at Monastery Bay. The channel between Ay Nikolaos and the mainland is busy with water- and jet-skiers.
 

 

Mooring:

  • There are several anchorages around the mainland and islands. 
  • At Mourtos village, anchor stern or bows-to on the village quay.
  • At Monastery Bay, a cove lying to the northwest of Mourtos village, you can anchor off a restaurant and take a line to the shore or to the jetty if possible.
  • One of the best anchorages is at Middle Bay, immediately south of Mourtos, where you can anchor where convenient and take a long line ashore or anchor in the channel where it is quite deep and the bottom is mud and weed with generally good holding.
  • There are other anchorages at Sand-bar Bay, End Bay (also known as Fourth Bay) and off the north end of the gap between Nisis Sivota and Nisis Ay Nikolaos.

To Do:

  • Visit the Water Park at Monastery Bay

Facilities:

  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Fuel
  • Provisions
  • Bars and restaurants