Families: A small and sedate resort, there are plenty of things to do in Tsilivi, particularly if you’re travelling with children. The beach has achieved coveted Blue Flag status in recognition of its cleanliness, and the shore shelves gently into the sea, making it ideal for those with younger kids.
Couples: With Tsilivi Beach offering 2km of golden sands, you don’t need much else from your holiday. However, the resort has a thriving nightlife for those who want a special night out. Towards the beach you’ll find some superb restaurants, with the odd beach bar or two offering cool cocktails and good music. Head towards the centre of the resort and you’ll find a good selection of bars, which open in the early evening and keep the good times rolling until the wee, small hours.
Adventurous spirits: There are plenty of water sports on offer, including water-skiing and kite-surfing. If you’re something of a speed-freak, there’s the opportunity to hire a speedboat and zip across the ocean to explore the caves that litter the shoreline. Those who prefer land-locked larks can hop aboard a quad-bike and take a tour up the mountain passes.