The small shallow harbour which is normally packed with yachts. The town is particularly popular with Athenians and therefore retains a welcoming Greek feel.
enter the bay either side of the small island, Ay Nikolaos, but keep an eye on your depth when sailing through the southern entrance.
Moor: stern-to outside the quay with a long line ashore (at least a couple of metres off). Provides excellent shelter.
Anchor: on the west, and south eastern sides of the bay, in 4-8m on sand, good holding and mainly good shelter. Offer moderate protection from the meltemi.
Ashore: Lovely sandy beach, and great tavernas specialising in fresh fish. Mooring can be tricky but it is well worth for the food, friendly tavernas and beaches that are perfect for relaxing!