Mega Ammos is a beautiful pebble beach with turquoise cool water, picturesque and organized with umbrellas and sunbeds, canteens and fish taverns. It lies just next to our hotel and it is accessible on feet through a paving stone path. It is lively during the whole summer season, preferred both by young people and families with children.
Pisina (meaning "swimming pool" in Greek) is one of the most famous beaches in Syvota; obviously, there is a very good reason for its name. It is worth a visit, but it is accessible only with a yacht or a boat, as it lies on a small island named Agios Nikolaos just across the village of Syvota. It has clear turquoise water and you feel like you are in a "natural swimming pool". Everyday dozens of tourists and local people visit it either from the village of Syvota or from other beaches, as it offers an extremely idyllic scenery.
Mikri Ammos is a small picturesque beach with cool water. It is unique, it is organized with a bar and a tavern, and young people have fun noticeably there. The beach has a mixture of small stones and pebbles and the water is crystal clear. Sunbeds, umbrellas and plenty of parking space are also available.
Mega Drafi is a particularly picturesque sand beach with crystal blue cool water, divided into three parts, and visited by many young people. The access to the first part of the beach is simple; there is an unmade road which lead right down to the beach and there is also place for parking. It is organized with sunbeds and umbrellas which are offered for rent, and with a lovely canteen from which you can order whatever you like.
Bella Vraka is a beach that connects Syvota with the small island Mourtemeno. You can visit it literary walking across the sea. It is a small, picturesque sand beach where many tourists gather from the nearby hotels. The beach also offers you the chance to do various water sports.
Agia Paraskevi is a beautiful beach with pebbles and small stones located just right in the middle of a verdant scenery, as just across the beach lies a leafy small island where you can go swimming. Waves are rare in this beach and first thing you meet when arriving is the small church of Agia Paraskevi.
In the north of Mikri Ammos and before the village of Syvota, you will find on your left a beautiful small beach, Zavia. It is organized, as sunbeds and umbrellas are offered by a café-bar, where you can enjoy a coffee or a snack, and there is parking space too! The beach is surrounded by a green natural scenery and it has crystal clear water.
Zeri is a small picturesque beach with shallow water, perfect for the children, and for the adults too. It is a sand beach with quite warm water. It is located near the entrancing village of Syvota and during the summer months is filled with tourists as well as with local people who want to enjoy their bathing in an idyllic environment.
DEI beach is located at the most northern part of Syvota and its name is due to a central electricity pylon of the Greek electric power public service which is placed above the beach. It has pebbles and cool crystal clear water. It is surrounded by pine trees which offer abundant shade while the view towards the islands of Syvota makes it one of the most sought after destinations.