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Sivota marina
Greece

Sivota is a small village located in the northwestern part of Greece. In the summertime the little marina is full of sailboats that come to explore hundreds of small private beaches by the ionian sea. 

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Tags: sivota; northwestern greece; island; sailboats; sailing; private beaches; ionian sea
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