Small town not touristy, no hotel or a car rental in sight. The coastline is beautiful with rocky and wooded mountains diving into the sea
Moor: well-sheltered harbour at a fairly low cost; yachts are normally directed to berth bows or stern-to on the outer end of the breakwater mole (use your anchor). It can be shallow in some places, so bows-to is better. If possible, try to get a berth further into the harbour. A shallow-draught yacht can moor on the quays or the inner pier, although these are usually filled with local boats. Depths of 6.0 - 8.0 metres along the breakwater but 2.0 - 2.5 metres only at the outer end; 2.0 metres on the quays.
In calm weather is possible to anchor in the bay opposite the port entrance.
Ashore: no facilities in the harbour but quiet and enjoyable.