Kardamena 

3.8 (4 ratings)

About Kardamena

  • 20
    Berths
  • 2.5 m
    Draft
  • Length
  • VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (4 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.3/5
Cleanliness
| 3.5/5
Services
| 3.5/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.5/5
Tourism
| 3.3/5
  • Michael
    Michael ~ 08/07/2019
    Patagon | Sailboat ~ 10 m

    Driveway on the mole side (south) happen. At least 2.8 m depth. Very nice harbor master, many taverns, supermarket and ice cream parlor not far. Freshwater shower on the beach. Airport 15 euros by taxi.

    Einfahrt an der Molenseite (Süd) passieren. Mindestens 2,8 m Tiefe. Sehr netter Hafenmeister, viele Tavernen, Supermarkt und Eisdiele nicht weit. Süsswasserdusche am Strand. Flughafen 15 Euro per Taxi.

  • Cheryl
    Cheryl ~ 29/04/2019
    Serenity Now | Sailboat ~ 13 m

    Anyone coming into Kardamena quay in Kos, please be aware the harbour entrance has a build up of sand, only 1.7m in places. Deeper near the harbour wall. Reported to harbourmaster.

    Anyone coming into Kardamena quay in Kos, please be aware the harbour entrance has a build up of sand, only 1.7m in places. Deeper near the harbour wall. Reported to harbourmaster.

  • Mark
    Mark ~ 07/10/2018
    | Sailboat ~ 18 m

    Good and cheap harbour. Water and electricity at a daily rate of 7 euros and euros respectively. Good supermarket and 10 min taxi to Kos airport. Not loud as per previous comments above. Spent few weeks there. Great shelter from meltemi winds and good even in S or SW. Avoid in SE or E. Zack is the harbour master as of October 2018. Two refugee boats were taken out of water so space for around 15 yachts.

    Good and cheap harbour. Water and electricity at a daily rate of 7 euros and euros respectively. Good supermarket and 10 min taxi to Kos airport. Not loud as per previous comments above. Spent few weeks there. Great shelter from meltemi winds and good even in S or SW. Avoid in SE or E. Zack is the harbour master as of October 2018. Two refugee boats were taken out of water so space for around 15 yachts.

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