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Zavia Beach - Sivota
Greece

Zavia is a beautiful small beach in Sivota, Thesprotia. It's a sandy beach with emerald - blue, calm waters. Over the beach, trees provide protection from the sun, for those who want to stay hours on the beach without getting a sunburn. Its proximity to Sivota and car access make it an excelent choise for tourists and locals alike. A smaller beach on the side can be accessed through a walking path from the main beach.

Copyright: Nikos Maretas
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Uploaded: 28/06/2013
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Tags: zavia; sivota; epirus; thesprotia; greece; beach; sea
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