Information about Siviri, Halkidiki
Siviri is a village in West Kassandra which is 9 km away from Kallithea. It is build amphitheatrically along the sandy shore. During the summer months, like every seaside village in Halkidiki and especially in the first peninsula, Siviri is filled with Greek and foreign tourists who visit the village to swim or to dine at seaside taverns. Siviri is known because of Kassandra Festival which held every year in July and August in the large Amphitheater that exists outside the village.
In Siviri you are able to find many cheap rooms to let or hotels which can provide you with all the necessary amenities for memorable family vacations and not only. We suggest you the excellent By The Sea Apartments which is located a few steps from the beach, and also the Hotel Argo. The most luxurious accommodation in the region, of course, is Elani Bay Resort, located in the settlement of Elani. It is a beautiful place hidden among the pine trees where modern houses and villas exist.
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In Siviri there is a big supermarket for your daily needs, beach bars, cafes and fish taverns with fresh fish. The center of Siviri, in contrast with the center of Elani, is not considered among the top destinations in Halkidiki, as there is a small marsh which crosses the village and ends at the beach. For this reason during the summer months there are a lot of mosquitoes. However the water on the sandy beach of Siviri is shallow and there are many Beach Bars, as the Ammos beach bar, where you can relax and sunbathe, play ping pong or beach volley, and generally have fun.
If you have your own vehicle, we suggest you to visit, apart from Siviri beach and beaches which are located in Elani, Fourka Possidi or the beach in Mola Kaliva since the distances are short.
Kassandra Festival takes place in the Amphitheater of Kassandra along with Sani Festival one of the most famous art festivals that take place in Halkidiki. Famous Greek and foreign singers, actors and musicians organize performances under the summer moonlight. You can find more information about the Festival of Kassandra at www.kassandrafestival.gr.