The harbor of Loutra is on the NE side of the island and is somewhat more yacht-friendly than the main ferry harbor. Although the prevailing NE winds blow down into the bay and cause a pronounced swell, the harbor, situated at the extreme W end of the bay, escapes much of the worst.
The harbor is defined by a long NE breakwater with an L-shaped extension and, on the SW side, by a short jetty filled with local small craft. It is quite small, and yachts are advised to prepare anchors, lines and fenders before entering in view of the limited space to manoeuvre.
Next to the homonymous church of Agios Sostis this enchanting beach is completely secluded as it is nestled within the natural bay of Loutra and offers a serene summer escape for relaxing swims and peaceful moments of relaxation. The emerald waters and the golden sandy coast invite swimmers for tranquil breaks in the cerulean Aegean where they can enjoy the divine serenity under the shimmering everlasting sun.
Loutra is a newly established summer resort attracting visitors and locals alike due to the thermal springs that give the water a distinct therapeutic value. Well sheltered from the winds this enchanting sandy and pebbled beach offers a popular spot, where swimmers can dive in the warm emerald waters, relish local specialties at the nearby taverns or drink an iced called coffee while enjoying the serenity of their surroundings.