Pali Marina

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Pali is the only harbor on the island suitable for yachts. Since the re-orientation of the harbor entrance in 2007, shelter here has improved significantly, the meltemi (the Etesians) no longer sending in the uncomfortable swell of years past. The southern side of the harbor has been dredged and yachts can now moor either on the northern breakwater (about 10 spaces), or on the southern quay at the village (about 35 spaces); mooring is med moor w/anchor. All moorings have electricity and water.

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The port of Mandráki is a small, artificial port that is open to the northeast. It is protected by an 86-meter-long mole that is set to the northeast.

Dufour 375 Economy

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Sailing Yacht for Charter

  • Berths 8
  • Built 2011
  • Length 37.00 ft

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Volcano of Nisyros

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Volcano

It is the youngest volcano in Greece and still activated. The volcano is 160.

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Pachia Ammos

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Beach

It is difficult to reach this beach, which is 10 km from Mandraki. It is on the east side of the island and one can get there by the road after Paloi that passes in front of the Pantelidis’ Baths.

Katsouni Beach

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Beach

Beach Katsouni is located 9 km east of Mandraki and a couple of km from Paloi. It is the largest beach of Nisyros and consists of sand, pebbles and rocks offering visitors a quiet refuge amidst the beautiful surrounding.

Belize 43 Economy

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Catamaran for Charter

  • Berths 10
  • Built 2005
  • Length 43.00 ft

Lyes Beach

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Beach

It is located on the northeast side of the island, east of Paloi, down the road that passes in front of the Pantelidis’ Baths. The beach starts about 3 km after Paloi, where the asphalt stops.

The closest place to Hora where one can swim is the quite lengthy beach of Hohlakoi. It was named after the large, smooth pebbles both in the sea and on the beach.

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