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Dreamvillas Sivota nightview
Greece

Dream Villas are two exquisite, comfortable luxury villas built amphitheatrically over the lush green hillside of Syvota. Each villa has its own large swimming pool and enjoys a breathtaking view of the Ionian Sea.

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Uploaded: 28/02/2012
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