Myrina provides very good shelter. You can either moor stern-to on the N quay or anchor off-shore. The inner harbor is too shallow and it is crowded with fishing boats. The mooring places at the N quay are not many and it best to arrive early. The harbor water is dirty.
Caution: Avoid the spot where the ferryboat from Ayios Efstratios moors. If you tie there, the coast guard will be asking you to move at a very early morning hour.
The town of Myrina is very attractive with many reminders of its Ottoman past. It is dominated by the Byzantine castle, built by the emperor Andronikos. There are many stores and little streets, yet it is not crowded and there is an over all laid back atmosphere.
Two kilometers away from Myrina, on the way to the vineyards-a growing zone in Mavrampelia, there is the winery of Savvoglou –Tsivolas. The company Limnos Organic Wines, Savvoglou - Tsivolas, has been founded in 2002 for the production and marketing of quality wines made of organic grapes.