there are two quays here, one on the south side of the bay and the ferry quay in the north. Lay plenty of chain as depths drop quickly.
The village is run by two families. Dimitri polices a quay (opposite the petrol station), but actually it's a free town quay. He offers free mooring with water (and electricity if needed) on the understanding that you have dinner in his taverna. Costas from the north side policies the south quay where boats mainly go alongside. Costas will deliver water in a bowser mornings if needed, and offers free showers in his families hotel.
You can anchor in the bay but must stay clear of the ferry approach. Ferry twice a day morning and evening.
Ashore: There are plenty of tavernas here and a mini-market.
Dont't miss: visit the Blue caves.