Harbor Vasilikís (38°37’.7 N – 20°36’.4 E) is located in the E part of the head of the namesake bay, in front of Vasilikí village. It is open NW and comprises two basins: the S and the N one.
The S basin is formed between the S (outer) breakwater, which is 110 m long and has a light flashing green, and a jetty, which is 130 m long that extends NW, with a light flashing green as well.
The E coasts of the basin are quayed for about 270 m, with depths of 3–5 m. On the quayed SE coasts there is a ramp, used for mooring by the ferries that connect the harbor to Itháki island and Kefallinía island.
The entrance of the N basin is formed by the above mentioned jetty and by a jetty that lies 120 m NE of its head and extends for 40 m SW. On its head lies a jetty that extends for 20m SE.
Its inner coasts are quayed for about 360 m with depths of 1m near them. Mostly pleasure boats moor stern to the N basin. The harbor has a holding ground of sand and mud.
Α walk in the pedestrian street of the central market with its many shops and cafés in the west coast of the island is ideal for all tastes. The Central Market is next to the Venetian canal, which allows guests to enjoy the magical sunset in Gira.