The small port of Ámmos is situated at the head of Ámmos cove. It is open to SE. The W side of the port is protected by a breakwater made of natural masonry and extends SE for 40 m while its E side is protected by a mole connected to a breakwater that extends SW for 170 m. The width of the port’s entrance is 170 m.
Depths on its axis are 7.5 m and decrease at its inner part reaching 3 m. A quay that extends NW for approximately 40 m is located in the inner area of the mole, with depths of 0.1 - 2 m alongside.
Silting is observed at the entrance and in the inner area of the port and consequently depths change. Incoming vessels must contact the local port authorities before entering.
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Gouvia Marina is situated about 6 km from the town of Corfu and 7 km from the International Airport (IATA: CFU), on the south coasts of the bay Gouvia, in front of Kontókali settlement. It is considered the natural link between the Adriatic and the Mediterranean Sea as well as a port of call, to repose and enjoy the climate and the beauties of the island.
Left from the main beach in Sidari is the famous Kanali tou Erota (Love Channel), an opening in the rock in the sea, a tunnel. Tradition says that whoever swam in this passage, on the other side will meet the love of his life.
In the local dialect of Corfu 'Astrakeri' , is called the site, which has been covered by Astraka. This is an ideal beach for families because of its shallow waters and vast beach, not in length but in width, will delight children, especially on days when it blows, a common occurrence on the northern shores.