Karavostasis Harbor

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Karavostasi is the port of the island and it is only a somewhat secure anchorage. While you can anchor off, it is not safe with a strong meltemi (the Etesians). It is best to go stern-to the quay, where there is space for around eight yachts on the outside.

The bottom is sand and rock and does not always hold. Make sure that your anchor is secure before leaving your boat to go to Chora. With Southerlies, it is best to anchor off or go stern-to inside the mole.

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Folegandros Hiking Map

Folegandros Hiking Map

Scale: 1:15.000
Edition: March 2010

First and foremost, it’s the only existing GIS map of Folegandros, which makes it the only truly accurate and GPS compatible map of the island.


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Sandy beach by the harbor on the north side, a short distance from the beach Karavostasis. The beach has good dark sand and small pebbles and some hours of shade trees.

ARMONIA

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Motor Yacht for Charter

  • Berths 8
  • Built 2004
  • Length 80.00 ft

Sandy beach located in the picturesque bay, the harbor, in front of the houses of the homonymous small settlement, located 3.5 km southeast of the town.

The beach Latinaki is the first of three successive beaches on three small coves on the south side Karavostassis a distance of 800 meters. Relatively isolated beach near the harbor offers peace, tranquility, clean seas, in a nice graphical view towards the islands.

Beach Vincenzo is the second of three successive beaches on three small coves on the south side Karavostassis just 850 meters from the port. The beach is relatively secluded but offers tranquility, calm, clean sea, a beautiful and picturesque setting with views across the islands.

GEORGITA II

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The beach Pountaki is the third of three successive beaches on three small coves on the south side Karavostassis at 1000 meters. The beach is relatively secluded but offers tranquility, calm, clean sea, a beautiful and picturesque setting with views across the islands.

Livadi Beach

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Beach

Situated near the scenic village of Karavostasi as well as the tourist settlement of Livadi, Livadi beach is a long sandy beach with sapphire waters, ideal for sunbathing, beach fun and water sports. Tamarisk trees offer shade to bathers who can also enjoy a refreshing drink or snack from the restaurant and bar at the camping nearby.

Katergo Beach at Livadi

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Beach

A great beach with clear blue waters and golden sand pebble in the southeast of the island. A very large rock a few meters into the sea creates a beautiful sight and attracts many swimmers who swim to swim here.

BRAVO

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  • Berths 10
  • Built 2017
  • Length 45.10 ft

Agios Nikolaos Beach

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Beach

The rocky coast of Agios Nikolaos on the east coast of the island in an enclosed cove, between Plaka and the north. The sea here is only exposed on the eastern winds and there are only rocks to sit awhile and no trees.

Vorina Beach

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Beach

Voreina beach is in the middle of the island in an open bay, about the height of Agali, but diametrically opposite eastern coast of the island, an uninhabited area. Its name is because it is located to the north of the country.

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The cavern of Chrisospilia is a great natural monument. It is one of the biggest caves in Greece, most of it though unexplored.

Lagoon 440

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Catamaran for Charter

  • Berths 10
  • Built 2008
  • Length 44.00 ft

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