Tarihi Duvar 

4.2 (5 ratings)
  • 36° 59' 37" N, 28° 12' 22" E / See on the map

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Recommended

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (5 ratings)

  • Ivan ~ 06/08/2020
    Big Gift | Sailboat ~ 17.6 m

    Beautiful bay with shallow water and a sandy bottom. Beware of shallow depths. During the day, many boats bring many tourists to visit the island and at 7.15pm they stop going. In the evening there are very few boats left in the bay: we were alone. Anchor free to the wheel as much as possible to the W to avoid the wave that enters between the islands and makes the boat roll. Charming place and well protected from the western winds.

    Bella baia con bassi fondali e fondo di sabbia. Attenzione alle basse profondità. Durante la giornata molte barche portano moltissimi turisti a visitare l’isola e dalle 19:15 smettono il via-vai. Alla sera rimangono pochissime barche nella baia: noi eravamo soli. Ancorare liberi alla ruota il più possibile a W per evitare l’onda che entra tra le isole e che fa rollare la barca. Posto incantevole e ben protetto dai venti occidentali.

  • Phil ~ 29/07/2020
    ORYX | Motorboat ~ 40 m

    Attractive bay, lots of tripper boats in the daytime. Reasonable protection with a longline ashore.

    Attractive bay, lots of tripper boats in the daytime. Reasonable protection with a longline ashore.

  • Paul / Theresa
    Paul / Theresa ~ 20/07/2020
    Iduna II | Sailboat ~ 12.84 m

    Last time we were here, June 2017, it was awesome. This time, July, we arrived 6pm when the day tripper boats had gone. We struggled to anchor this time because we need 3m depth and the seaweed growth is immense, so we're further away from the dock and open to the swell. It's rolly, horrid. The wind was gusting 18kts WSW earlier but it's calmed. The swell rocked us the whole night. 8am the gulets started arriving. 08:35 we left. Picture shows just some of them.

    Last time we were here, June 2017, it was awesome. This time, July, we arrived 6pm when the day tripper boats had gone. We struggled to anchor this time because we need 3m depth and the seaweed growth is immense, so we're further away from the dock and open to the swell. It's rolly, horrid. The wind was gusting 18kts WSW earlier but it's calmed. The swell rocked us the whole night. 8am the gulets started arriving. 08:35 we left. Picture shows just some of them.

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