Methoni 

4.8 (14 ratings)
  • 36° 48' 54" N, 21° 42' 26" E / See on the map

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
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Unavailable

User reviews (14 ratings)

  • Marcel
    Marcel ~ 08/10/2020
    gold1 | Sailboat ~ 11.75 m

    Be careful, however, of a 7m deep mother chain which hooks the anchors.

    Attention cependant à une chaîne mère de 7m de profondeur qui accroche les ancres.

  • Paul ~ 01/09/2020
    Last Dream | Sailboat ~ 12.7 m

    Very nice large and well protected anchorage. Sand everywhere for your anchor. Apart from visiting the ramparts, the city is of no interest. If you want to fill up with your jerry cans you will have to walk 1km and come back !! Remember to refuel well in advance.

    Très beau mouillage vaste et bien protégé. Du sable partout pour votre ancre. En dehors de la visite des remparts la ville est sans intérêt. Si vous voulez faire le plein de vos jerricanes vous aurez 1km à faire à pied et revenir!! Pensez à faire le plein bien avant.

  • Tom
    Tom ~ 19/08/2020
    Sea Rose | Sailboat ~ 12.6 m

    Great anchorage for lots of boats. Fort is a must-see! It is impressive and the views are stunning. Don’t miss the Turkish tower. There is a perfect swimming spot between the tall castle wall and the large breakwater. It is enjoyed by locals and resembles a saltwater swimming pool! The submerged rocks that run perpendicular to the breakwater keep the ‘pool’ water calm.

    Great anchorage for lots of boats. Fort is a must-see! It is impressive and the views are stunning. Don’t miss the Turkish tower. There is a perfect swimming spot between the tall castle wall and the large breakwater. It is enjoyed by locals and resembles a saltwater swimming pool! The submerged rocks that run perpendicular to the breakwater keep the ‘pool’ water calm.

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