Ágios Kírykos is the port and the principal city of both Ikaría (1800 residents) and the homonymous province and is located at the south part of the bay of Ágios Kírykos. It is an artificial port, which, however, does not provide much safety.
The port consists of a lean wind mole, which begins from a distance of 0.15 miles to the northeast of cape Iskiós and extends to the east for 340 m. The south (outer) side of the mole is protected with a slope of masonry and a parapet whereas the north (inner) side of the mole is quayed, with bollards and two Ro-Ro ramps lying upon it.
A quay, sized 150 X 80 m, begins from the root of the north (inner) side of the mole. It is set to the north, with two Ro-Ro ramps and depths of 5.4 m lying close to it. A marina (fishing shelter) has been built just to the north of the quay.
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The village of Karavostamo is located east of Evdilos, the second port of Ikaria, and counts on a nice and well reputed long beach with sand and pebbles, and crystal clear water like most Greek islands. Karavostamo beach can be reached either by the 2 km gravel road, or by the 1 km old foot path.