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Tour overview

An activity in a unique area of natural beauty. Some call it the Caribbean of Greece. Characteristic of the region is the green that dominates the beaches and the crystal clear turquoise waters. Impressive for its color and clarity is the beach “Pisina -Pool”. The kayak route is circular between the islands that make up Sivota. Our first stop will be at the beach of  “pisina-pool” for swimming and snorkeling and a refreshing snack. We continue our trip crossing Diaporos, the narrow part between two islands where we will make the second stop for a swim in its crystal waters and explore the Great Cave. We paddle south  towards the small island Mourtos, passing from “kamara” with another stop for swimming to Bella Vraka beach. Finally we’ll return back to the port of Sivota completing our beautiful excursion.

Highlights of Sea Kayak Sivota Islands:

  • “Pisina” beach
  • “Diapore” beach
  • “Bella Vraka” beach
  • Visit a big cave at Mourtos Island

Distance: 5.7 Miles

Total Duration: 4.45 Hours

Actual Paddling Duration: 2 hours

Activities

Tour Summary

Duration

4 hours

Difficulty level

Period of Operation: May to October

Price:

  • 50€/pp for min 3-6 participants
  • 65€/pp for min 2 participants (for more participants please contact us)

 


Participation requirements

  • Basic physical condition
  • Swimming Knowledge
  • Ages: 12-75 years old

Tour Details

Tour inclusions
  • English speaking Trekking Hellas Guide
  • Kayak and snorkeling equipment
  • Snack
  • VAT

FAQ

Meeting Point: Filakas Boats Sivota. Click here to see google maps point.

Time: 09.30 am & 16.30 pm

  • Swimming suit
  • Towel
  • Small backpack
  • Hat or beanie sunglasses  sunblock
  • Second pair of shoes that will get wet
  • Your own personal water bottle. As part of our environmental policy and actions, we are committed to eliminating the use of plastic water bottles

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