The Old Harbor or Báltiza is the only yacht harbor in the island. It is almost always crowded and has been used for a long time. As a result fouled anchors are quite common.
The most protected area is the inner harbor but finding an empty space there is rare except in early or late season, when sometimes a space can be found bows or stern-to next to the fuel quay.
Alternatively, one may stay for short periods (e.g. a quick trip ashore) on the fuel quay itself, with the permission of the harbor staff. Water and electricity are available on the quay - if you can moor there.
Both the West and East shores of the outer harbor are full of rocks, so the only other option is to anchor in 4-5 m and take a long line ashore, where there are plenty of places to tie the line. The holding is not always good.
Warning: Avoid the Old Harbor during weekends; boats from Athens will surround you and you may not be able to leave until Monday.
The beautiful sandy beach of Agia Paraskevi is located in a sheltered cove on the western coast of Spetses, 12 kilometres from Dapia. Agia Paraskevi beach is one of the most popular beaches on the island and a pole of attraction for travelers due its beautiful colours and the beach facilities it offers.
The Caves of Frachti is a mysterious place, where you will find one of the top routes in Greece. It consists of some huge caves above the sea, but if you penetrate through the enormous caverns to the last chamber, a steep slab 25m high allows you to climb out into the entrance.
Kallianos Diving Center was founded in 1990 on Kapari, a small island measuring 10 acres just two miles from the town of Hermione. The center has operated for almost 20 years putting customer service and safety first, and is one of the longest-running diving centers in Greece, and perhaps the only one located on a small island in the entire world.
Porto-Heli Scuba Club is based in Porto Heli, 180 km south of Athens, on the shores of the beautiful Argosaronic Gulf. Our dive base is located just a short drive from PortoHeli where the warm, crystalline waters offer exceptional visibility with a wide range of marine flora and fauna.