Average 3.7 stars from 3 user reviews.
by Sarah/Nick/Cadence/Talya Richachardson on 17 March 2019
It feels a little like "Mad Max and the Thunderdome" of marinas. Although there has been some effort recently to clean it up and some of the sunken boats have been removed. The concrete pontoons have no power or water but are lit at night. Water is available if you have many hoses to get from the pier to your boat. The concrete is old and sharp and I saw ripped bumper covers and my kids got many scrapes. There are chains laid perpendicular off each pontoon for non-existant lazy lines; be sure to use plenty of scope to avoid these and perhaps a tripping buoy just in case.
There are only minimal supplies, most things must be retrieved from Glifada on the mainland 10 minutes away and even then it's marginal.
by Steve Neal on 22 May 2017
Fairly busy (it's free) little marina. We tied up alongside on the end of the outer mole as few, if any, boats had bothered to moor close to one another, leaving lots of almost big enough gaps. Over 3m deep there. Had 15kts from SE that night so was quite uncomfortable, would have been better anchored in the bay.
Nice selection of tavernas nearby serving good food at reasonable prices.
by Dee Lawrence on 02 June 2017
Great little place for a few days away from the sea swell. Most boats alongside as anchoring not recommended, pretty busy at the end of May. Market attached to one of the bars, limited supplies but fresh bread delivered daily from mainland. Ferry to Glyfadia fun, nice seafront with a few bars and restaurants. Supermarket just opposite ferry terminal.