Port of Kálimnos 

3.5 (7 ratings)
  • 36° 56' 57" N, 26° 59' 2" E / See on the map

About Port of Kálimnos

  • Berths
  • Draft
  • Length
  • 10
    VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (7 ratings)

Hospitality
| 2.9/5
Cleanliness
| 3/5
Services
| 3.1/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.9/5
Tourism
| 3.6/5
  • Christopher Picot

    Portia is a working bustling Greek harbour, water and electricity available. Expensive electricity though. The best taverna for visiting yachts is Stukas, most all yacht owners and crew eat there because of the good food and very friendly and helpful owners.

    Portia is a working bustling Greek harbour, water and electricity available. Expensive electricity though. The best taverna for visiting yachts is Stukas, most all yacht owners and crew eat there because of the good food and very friendly and helpful owners.

  • Toms
    Toms ~ 12/08/2019
    Cleopatra | Sailboat ~ 15 m

    Nothing has changed for better. Poor service and almost destroyed infrastructure. 6 years ago there were newly installed pilons. Now they are like old cake.

    Nothing has changed for better. Poor service and almost destroyed infrastructure. 6 years ago there were newly installed pilons. Now they are like old cake.

  • Ulrika
    Ulrika ~ 15/09/2018
    La Vie | Sailboat ~ 10 m

    Our fishing rod was stolen from the back of our boat. We didn't see this until after departure, so no report was made. It was tied up, so had been cut loose. Also we were pulled a way off the quay (because of the swell from ferries) and the passerelle was either tied to our boat or on shore. We never left it down. So the thief must have gone to some trouble and was most likely seen by someone...

    Our fishing rod was stolen from the back of our boat. We didn't see this until after departure, so no report was made. It was tied up, so had been cut loose. Also we were pulled a way off the quay (because of the swell from ferries) and the passerelle was either tied to our boat or on shore. We never left it down. So the thief must have gone to some trouble and was most likely seen by someone...

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