Ormos Gialiskari 

4.3 (11 ratings)
  • 39° 44' 13" N, 19° 55' 54" E / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Seaweed

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (11 ratings)

  • Nicola and Mark ~ 20/06/2021
    Al Shaheen | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    Beautiful cove with clear water and lovely cypresses trees coming down to the water. We anchored and took long lines to the north shore. A rental villa (the beach house) somewhat spoiled the ambience with extremely loud music. Future guests may be somewhat more considerate of course. Nicolas Taverna was very good. The biggest negative was wash from fast ferries. We woke several times during the night with dramatic rolling from wash coming on to our beam. The next day we moved to free swinging in the southern bay. Watch out for the chains holding the Taverna pontoons, they extend out a long way. We saw a monohull and a cat moored alongside on the Nicolas Taverna pontoon and there appears to be sufficient depth for a yacht of our size. The swell would stop us doing this however. 3 stars only because of the ferry wash. A great lunch spot but we wouldn’t stay overnight again.

    Beautiful cove with clear water and lovely cypresses trees coming down to the water. We anchored and took long lines to the north shore. A rental villa (the beach house) somewhat spoiled the ambience with extremely loud music. Future guests may be somewhat more considerate of course. Nicolas Taverna was very good. The biggest negative was wash from fast ferries. We woke several times during the night with dramatic rolling from wash coming on to our beam. The next day we moved to free swinging in the southern bay. Watch out for the chains holding the Taverna pontoons, they extend out a long way. We saw a monohull and a cat moored alongside on the Nicolas Taverna pontoon and there appears to be sufficient depth for a yacht of our size. The swell would stop us doing this however. 3 stars only because of the ferry wash. A great lunch spot but we wouldn’t stay overnight again.

  • Benoit
    Benoit ~ 10/08/2020
    Poseidon | Sailboat ~ 11 m

    Very nice little cove. The boats leave around 5-6 p.m. which makes it an ideal cove for the night. With a piece of the earth it's perfect

    Très belle petite crique. Lés bateau partent vers 17-18h ce qui en fait une crique idéale pour la nuit. Avec un bout à terre c’est parfait

  • Philip
    Philip ~ 19/09/2019
    Daydreamer | Sailboat ~ 16.8 m

    We anchored in the bay in the middle of the tavernas. We didn’t need to tie off to the rocks due to the calm weather. Very nice, you can swim ashore. I did notice a yacht backing up to Nikolas Taverna jetty med style with chain out. He then picked up a bow line? Beware, there must be an underwater hazard of some sort in the middle of this bay where the other end bow line is secured.

    We anchored in the bay in the middle of the tavernas. We didn’t need to tie off to the rocks due to the calm weather. Very nice, you can swim ashore. I did notice a yacht backing up to Nikolas Taverna jetty med style with chain out. He then picked up a bow line? Beware, there must be an underwater hazard of some sort in the middle of this bay where the other end bow line is secured.

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