Astakos 

3.8 (5 ratings)

About Astakos

  • 10
    Berths
  • 4 m
    Draft
  • 30 m
    Length
  • VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (5 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4/5
Cleanliness
| 3.6/5
Services
| 3.8/5
Proximity of shops
| 4/5
Tourism
| 3.6/5
  • Markus ~ 20/09/2020
    INVIA | Sailboat ~ 11.97 m

    Sailing boat 12m All important things was mentioned before but on top of that Olympic is very good to eat and also the price is very fair we payed 25 for two people and it was really enough full menu wine uso coffee. Regarding the handycaped guy he tries to do his best so repect him and give him a tip😊.

    Sailing boat 12m All important things was mentioned before but on top of that Olympic is very good to eat and also the price is very fair we payed 25 for two people and it was really enough full menu wine uso coffee. Regarding the handycaped guy he tries to do his best so repect him and give him a tip😊.

  • Sue
    Sue ~ 05/09/2020
    Serlio | Sailboat ~ 15 m

    Lovely place. Moor for free stern to. Free water and electricity However, “assisted” to moor up by a disabled guy who waved us into the worst place - opposite the Blue Fish restaurant and there is an aerated sewer outlet (noisy). Then once we had finished he asked for Euros. We gave him a couple. All night there was music - not sure from where - still going around 5 am The church bells ring on the hour. At 5.15 am a large (20m) fishing boat came alongside and ran his engine for ages. The whole of our boat filled up with diesel smells so I shut all the hatches. Needless to say hubby slept through all this 😂 I really like the place though. It wasn’t crowded and we arrived about 7pm and room for another 10 boats. Worth a visit but take some earplugs! And chose your own mooring place, don’t be “advised” by the disabled lad.

    Lovely place. Moor for free stern to. Free water and electricity However, “assisted” to moor up by a disabled guy who waved us into the worst place - opposite the Blue Fish restaurant and there is an aerated sewer outlet (noisy). Then once we had finished he asked for Euros. We gave him a couple. All night there was music - not sure from where - still going around 5 am The church bells ring on the hour. At 5.15 am a large (20m) fishing boat came alongside and ran his engine for ages. The whole of our boat filled up with diesel smells so I shut all the hatches. Needless to say hubby slept through all this 😂 I really like the place though. It wasn’t crowded and we arrived about 7pm and room for another 10 boats. Worth a visit but take some earplugs! And chose your own mooring place, don’t be “advised” by the disabled lad.

  • Peter
    Peter ~ 04/09/2020
    Serlio | Sailboat ~ 15.5 m

    Lovely unassuming town with good shelter from the NW winds. Avoid the area in front of the Blue Fish Restaurant where there is an aerated sewer outlet. There seems to be deep water along the whole quay so this should be ok. Free water and electricity and the only charge is 1 Euro to the disabled quay assistant. Please realise this is a charity role. We like this place so far off the beaten track. The Blue Fish restaurant is good. Just the quay opposite it with the aerated sewer is a problem.

    Lovely unassuming town with good shelter from the NW winds. Avoid the area in front of the Blue Fish Restaurant where there is an aerated sewer outlet. There seems to be deep water along the whole quay so this should be ok. Free water and electricity and the only charge is 1 Euro to the disabled quay assistant. Please realise this is a charity role. We like this place so far off the beaten track. The Blue Fish restaurant is good. Just the quay opposite it with the aerated sewer is a problem.

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