Average 3.5 stars from 2 user reviews.
by SV Ribellu on 03 May 2019
We entered the outer breakwall of the port with 20-25kt westerly and some waves which was a little sketchy, but once sheltered by the breakwall it was fine, decided to moor along the inside of it, closest to the entrance. It is a little commercial here, with some large tyres and chains hanging over some parts of the quay. In a few places there are some structures protruding out from the quay 40cm and maybe about 1m under the waterline. Not a real big deal though. Avoiding that, we found a nice space which was sheltered fine for a 1 night stay. No charge, nor water or power. Decent bollards and some extra rings in the concrete to tie to in some places. We exchanged camping gas in town - generally hardware stores seemed to have - we got for 10euros for 3kg, another asked for 12euro. Walked to bigger supermarket 1.5km south along the coast. A good stay enroute to corinth.
by Dee Lawrence on 02 June 2017
Harbour has lazy lines on port side as you enter, but a little hard to judge which are personal lines for residents. Very shallow at the far end where fishing boats moor. Hardware stores with huge range of boaty parts. Lidl supermarket to left of harbour. Plenty of bars, restaurants around harbour.