november in Sivota

published Thursday, November 06, 2014

The villas are closing for the winte, we are cleaning the gardens and the birds are enjoying peacefully the last pools with water. Sunrise or Sunset, the colors are amazing and during the day, the sea is adorned with shiny silver reflections.

In Sivota Bay, the seasonnal boats left, just staying the fish boats leaving quietly every morning looking for the catch of the day.

The olive groves have been cleaned to set up the net that will gather the olives falling from the trees for the new 2014-2015 harvest.


published Thursday, July 17, 2014

This morning we had a lovely surprise at 7:00 in the morning. We could see the dolphins for 1/2 hour from the terraces of the creek villas. Sometimes they can also be seen in the late afternoon. It's always a pleasure .. we thank them :)

Happy summer

published Sunday, June 08, 2014

Summer is, for sure, here ...

Summer is here with the tourists who enjoy the pleasures of the sea and beautiful beaches (Egremni one of 10 most beautiful beaches in the world and Porto Katsiki one of the most beautiful in Greece.!), small villages and landscapes typical of Lefkada.

Sivota Bay found its summer rythm with its taverns where you can taste, night and day, some greeks specialities as well as fresh grilled fish and lobsters, its bars and small shops that will, for sure, satisfy you.

The Villas thalassa are back to life with the children laughs, dives in the pool, relaxation time and barbecues are crackling for our pleasure.

There are still a few weeks available for those who book later, but hurry up, it will not last long!

Last minutes: Boubouki & Sivota -50%

published Friday, April 25, 2014

Villa Boubouki ( 75 m2 ) from 28 April to 31 May 50% discount, from 390€ the week for 2 people

Villa Sivota ( 220 m2 ) from 10 May to 14 June 50% discount, from 980€ the week for 2 people

Happy Easter

published Saturday, April 19, 2014

In Greece Easter is the most important celebration. Happy Easter in greek is Kalo Paska.

The religious ceremony commemorating the Christ resurrection take place in Greece on Saturday night before Easter.
The faithful people are going to the church with an unlit candle in their hand . The church is plunged into darkness, a symbol of Christ's tomb .
When the 12th stroke of midnight hits, announcing the birth of a new day , the priest appears wearing the altar , carrying a lighted candle , and sings a hymn. The faithful pass the fire by lighting their candles one after the other and the church lights .
Then the faithful are spreading at the end of the ceremony and go home with their lighted candle, bless the entrance of their home and try to keep the flame burning in oil for months .
It is finally time to enjoy the feast prepared by the home hostess , often this meal is a hearty soup called soup Mayeritza made ​of the paschal lamb's offal .
For dessert, they enjoyed the "brioche" called : tsoureki .
 The eggs ritual can begin
The red color symbolizes the Christ's blood.
The duels are two by two, the winner being the one who manages to keep an intact egg. Each participant is attempting to break the opponent's egg by striking with his own egg. Striking his opponent egg each one pronounce this sentence " Christos Anesti " . The art of this game is to play with the weakness points of the eggs.
The winner is the one who manages to keep his egg intact. At the end of duels, winners and losers eat all the eggs together!
The next day, men will wake up early to cook the paschal lamb on the spit.