Boats, floating canteens, inflatables, crowds. This is the norm for this beautiful beach in the summer.
We fly over a familiar beach, with a familiar look. Boats, floating canteens, inflatables, crowds. This is the norm for this beautiful beach in the summer.
But there are cases when she is alone, lonely and then one understands her beauty in all its glory. Such, rare, deserted images are presented in the concrete video.
We are referring to Pisina beach, in Sivota, the most popular destination of Thesprotia and the whole of Greece.
A few words about the area:
Syvota is a coastal village in the south of Thesprotia prefecture. According to the 2001 census, it had 908 inhabitants and belonged administratively to the municipality of the same name. Today the population amounts to 875 permanent residents (2011 census)
Sivota is one of the main seaside resorts of Epirus and during the summer gathers a large number of tourists from both Greece and abroad. The settlement is built in a small bay in which various islets are scattered, the main ones being Agios Nikolaos, Mavro Oros and Mourtemeno.
In 433 BC, in the waters of the wider area, the naval battle of Sivota took place, in the context of the Peloponnesian War. During the Turkish occupation, the settlement was called Volia, while in 1927 it was renamed Murto (a name that was also used earlier), a name that was maintained until 1940 when the settlement received its current name.
The port of Sivota was used during the Greek Revolution as an Ottoman naval base. In June 1822, a force of 500 rebels led by Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis attacked the port capturing 150 Ottomans, who were sent as prisoners to the Peloponnese.
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