Already one of the most yacht-friendly Greek harbors in the Aegean, Livadia is now even more so with the establishment in 2008 of ten laid moorings along the main quay. As a result, no anchoring in the harbor is now permitted. Yachts go bow or stern to the quay as directed by the friendly Dutch harbor mistress, Eddie, or – subject to ferry schedules – alongside the inside of the mole. Depths at the quay are just over 3 meters and alongside the mole between 6 and 7 meters. Water and electricity are available at all berths.
The harbor gets very busy in July and August and it is wise to arrive early to be sure of a berth in those months. Once the harbor is full, yachts anchor off in the bay (although a swell sets in with moderate to fresh winds and with strong winds the anchorage can become untenable).
The small port of Ágios Antónios is located at the eastern part of the bay’s Plágio head and is the port of Megálo Chorió, which is located in a distance of approximately 2 km to the inland. The small port is open to the southwest and is protected by two moles.