Gytheiou Harbor

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Harbor Gytheíou, the principal port of Lakonikós gulf, consists of a natural harbor and an anchorage on the outside. Inland from the harbor Gýtheio town is situated, which is the capital of the namesake region of the prefecture of Lakonía and the seaport of Spárti, which is the capital of the prefecture. To the W of Gýtheio town rises hill Larísios, with ruins of the ancient town on it.

The harbor is open NE and is protected from the E by a curved mole that extends almost N for 200 m and continues NNE for 165 m. At the head of the mole stands a light. The NW and W sides of the mole are quayed. The NW side has depths of 7.7 m and is used by ferries. The W side has depths of 3.2–5.3 m; depths near the root are less than 2 m.

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Gytheiou Beach

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Beautiful sandy beach close to Gytheion after Agios Konstantinos. Feature of the shipwreck coast to coast, a ship aground on the coast for years.

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Beautiful long sandy beach near the homonymous village. Fine white sand and turquoise waters.

Skoutari Beach

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Close to Gytheion, one of the most beautiful areas of the city. A very beautiful and quiet sandy beach, with stunning beauty.

Selinitsas Beach

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It is the closest beach town of Gytheion and popular with its inhabitants, cooled in water just before or just after work. Gathers the elderly in the morning and families with children as the day passes.

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