The outer and larger part of the bay is 0.4 miles wide with deep waters on the inner side, unsuitable for anchorage. Its inner part, about 0.2 miles wide, with depths that vary from 14 to 9 meters in its central part, can be used as anchorage area by small vessels when north winds prevail. Larger vessels can obtain temporary anchorage at the entrance of the inner part of the bay, in depths of 15 - 20 meters about 0.2 miles off the coast of its head, on a sandy good-holding bottom.
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The small harbor of Alivéri is a small artificial harbor that lies at the northwest head of bay Alivéri, in front of Alivéri settlement. The harbor is protected from the waves raised by south winds by a mole that starts from the northwest shores and extends to the east for 210 meters.
Deserted sandy beach on the island of Psathoura. Blue waters and a breathtaking landscape.