4.8 (13 ratings)

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Unavailable
  • Snack
    Unavailable
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Unavailable

User reviews (13 ratings)

  • Eric
    Eric ~ 18/09/2020
    tonga | Sailboat ~ 12.5 m

    Everything has been said about the anchorage ... From this olive grove in front of the beach, a path starts which gives access to the bay and to the village to the north "Glyfa" with shops. It's an hour's walk.

    Tout est dit sur le mouillage ... De cette oliveraie en face de la plage, part un chemin qui donne accès à la baie et au village au nord "Glyfa" avec commerces. C'est une heure de marche.

  • Rachel
    Rachel ~ 05/09/2020
    Nimrod | Sailboat ~ 12.4 m

    Excellent shelter in this side of the bay but little wind. Put out 30m of chain and dug anchor well in after reading reviews. Safe from all directions. We were in 6m. Lovely spot and clear water at 2m from shore. Didn’t land.

    Excellent shelter in this side of the bay but little wind. Put out 30m of chain and dug anchor well in after reading reviews. Safe from all directions. We were in 6m. Lovely spot and clear water at 2m from shore. Didn’t land.

  • Katherine écrit, Mais Patrick est le seul maître à bord après Dieu ~ 02/09/2020
    Taravel | Sailboat ~ 10.85 m

    Good anchorage on fairly dense sand and grass. Mooring ashore. Well protected. Very pretty and peaceful site. Here, we can hear "the song of the world ...", cicadas, crickets and other singers of lullabies ... On the path which passes just above the small beaches, a few mooring rings (see photos). This very helpful little road is hardly clean. Ah misery! I quickly filled a large garbage bag with plastic bottles (water, detergents), cans, cigarette ends, paper, string, pieces of tarpaulin, bags, etc. A drop of water? .... She did me good ... but we should all get started, with the Greeks ... "There is no need to hope ..."

    Bon ancrage sur sable assez dense et herbe. Amarre à terre. Bien protégé. Site très joli et paisible. Ici, on entend bien « le chant du monde ...", cigales, grillons et autres chanteurs de berceuses ... Sur le chemin qui passe juste au-dessus des petites plages, quelques anneaux d'amarrage (voir photos). Ce petit chemin fort serviable n'est guère propret. Ah misère! J'ai rempli très vite un gros sac poubelle avec des bouteilles en plastique (eau, détergents), des boites de conserve, des mégots, des papiers , de la ficelle, des morceaux de bâche, des sacs, etc. Une goutte d'eau? ....Elle m’a fait du bien ...mais il faudrait s’y mettre tous, avec les grecs ... "Il n’est pas nécessaire d’espérer ..."

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