The small port is protected by a 90-meter-long mole, set to the southwest, with its inner part being quayed. It is also protected by a lean wind breakwater, which is made of natural rocks. The depths at the inner part of the port are approximately 2 m. Rocks above and below the surface of the water extend up to a distance of 100 m to the southwest.
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On the southern coast of Lesvos, Plomari, the ouzo capital of Greece, is built amphitheatrically near the sea and is the second largest town in the island after Mytilini. This is where the famous Barbayiannis Ouzo comes from as well as several other smaller labels like the excellent Ouzo Giannatsi, both distilled in the traditional method.
Ideal for swimming, even for little children or the elderly, Sigri beach is quite well equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas and is located in the outskirts of Sigri, 90 km north west of Mytilene town. With a tavern on the beach as well as a canteen which sells snacks and drinks, food is not a problem here.