The small port has been constructed at the northern part of the creek of Karavóstamo. It is protected from the north and northwest winds by a mole, which extends to the northeast for 65 m. Its outer side is protected by natural rocks and its inner side is quayed.
A 50-meter long breakwater made of natural rocks, with a direction from the north to the south, has been constructed in a distance of approximately 40 m to the east of the head of the lean wind mole.
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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.
The beach of Kerame is found at 10 km from Agios Kirikos, at the north-eastern tip of Ikaria, and is a beautiful sandy beach that obviously has the characteristic crystalline waters that define most of Greek beaches. Kerame beach has some rocky formations that end up in the sea, providing some sheltered spaces.
This beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Ikaria. Located in a picturesque and intimate cove, at 25 kilometers south-west of Agios Kirikos, this beach has bright pebbles and rocks, emerald waters and is surrounded by impressive rock formations, creating a wonderful setting.