Kasidi Anchorage at Fourni Islets

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Kasidi is an isolated cove is just NW of Cape Agridió and about 6 nM from Kambí. It is a lovely place with clear emerald-colored waters. It gives good protection from the 'meltemi' but with southerlies an unpleasant swell develops. Anchor in 4-6 m over sand. Good holding.

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Fourni Harbor

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The harbor of Fourni gets a fair amount of swell with the `meltemi (the Etesians)` and to compound the problem its rocky bottom with a thin layer of mud provides poor holding.

The best place for a yacht is alongside the southern side of the ferry jetty at the SE side of the harbor, where there is space for two yachts to raft up, or (if a ferry is not parked there) alongside the northern side of the same jetty.

Kampos Bay

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Kambos Anchorage at Kampos

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Kambos Bay is further NE of Agriolivadho it is protected form the meltemi but there are strong gusts. Exposed to the S and SE.

This large cove is just on the SE of the island of Ayios Minas. It provides excellent shelter from the south winds and reasonable shelter from the 'meltemi'.

Vlichada is the southernmost cove in Fourni just W of Cape Agridió. It provides good shelter from the 'meltemi' but is completely exposed to the south.

Vitsiliá is a lovely cove about 2.5 nM NE of Agridi.

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The next cove south of Marmaro bay is Ayios Ioannis. There is a small village above the cove and a monastery.

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Perokopió or Marmaro is a large and pleasant cove located 2.1 nM SE of Kampí.

Pelekaniá to the north and Elidaki to the south is the first cove going south from Kampí it is also referred to in several charts as Kladharidi. Note that in some charts these coves are erroneously referred to as Marmaro.

Kampí is a small cove just south of the Fourni harbor. It is well protected from the 'meltemi'.

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Cove Almyrida Small Port

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Kedros is a tiny, sandy beach with very clean sea of medium depth, situated at a distance of some 63 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. Found at the western coast of the island, the beach is open to the west and it is not much protected from the winds.

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Agrio Livadi is an organized sandy beach, with relatively warm shallow waters. The view to the little island of Saint Thekla is magic and there is also a nice beach on the island accessible with a canoe from Agriolivado.

Vagia Beach at Kampos

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Vagia is a pebbled beach in the northeastern part of Patmos, a few minutes’ drive from Kampos, the island's most cosmopolitan beach. Vagia is a tranquil beach, with ice cold waters and trees that provide dew and shade during the hot Greek summer.

Limnionas is a small beach, only 400 meters long, with nice coarse sand, very clean and deep sea; as it is found within the bay of Marathokambos at the southwestern coast of the island, it is also well protected from the winds. The beach is situated at a distance of some 53 kilometers far from the capital, to the Southwest.

The small (400 meters long) beach of Psili Ammos (the word in Greek means fine sand) is a sandy beach with fine sand from which it has taken its name; it is also referred to as Chrissi Ammos (golden sand), because of the color of the sand. The beach is situated some 51 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Samos.

Aspres (the word means white in Greek) is a 350 meters long beach with pebbles, situated at a distance of some 47 kilometers southwestern to the town of Samos. The beach is found at the southwestern coast of the island, within the bay of Marathokambos, close to the tourist resort of Ormos Marathokambou; it is well protected from the winds and the sea is very clean and not very deep.

Situated some 46 kilometers far from the town of Samos at the Southwest, very close to the tourist resort of Ormos Marathokambou, Kambos Marathokambou (the word means the fields of fennel in Greek) is an extended, some 3 kilometers long beach, with sand and pebbles, also known as Votsalakia (small pebbles in Greek). The sea is rather deep and very clean and, as it is found within the bay of Marathokambos, at the southwestern coast of the island it is well protected from the winds.

Located on the southeast side of the island and is easily accessible. It is the longest beach on the island, with tamarisks along the coast.

Iero Beach is located in the uppermost northwest corner of Ikaria behind the airport and near Faros. It is one of the island's least known beaches owning to the fact that until recently there was no road access.

Located in the city of Therma, Ikaria's center for radioenergic therapeutic hot mineral springs spa therapy. Therma Beach is easily accessible and ideal for older persons and families.

The secluded beach of Prioni is located at 1 kilometre east of Agios Kirikos, close to the road leading to Therma. It is made of sand and pebbles and is surrounded by orange cliffs, which offer the possibility to dive from heights of 12 metres.

Miliopo beach is a secluded beach, which is not even listed on the maps, and for which there is very little available information. The fact of not being so popular obviously guarantees its privacy and quietness.

Lambi Beach at Kampos

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It is a beach known for its beautiful and distinctive pebbles and located in the northern part. It is 9.

Didymes Paralies (twin beaches) is a set of two almost identical beaches located at the eastern part of the island, close to the island's port, Skala. Both beaches are sandy, non organized and belong to identically shaped bays.

Agios Ioannis Eleimonas (i.e St.

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