Arki Greece Island Destination

Arki is a small, and still not so very frequented island of the area between Samos, Patmos, Lipsi and Leros. It has a few houses only, and the bay named "Porto Augusta" is described in all sailorīs handbooks. The entrance is easy to find as there is a little light on the corner. A new small ferryboat-quai right on the lefthanded part of the entrance must kept free for ferries. The bay itself is deep enough in the middle, but one should keep a carefull eye on his depth sounder, when he comes closer to the shore. It is very shallow there. However no rocks, all sand. In the inner section of the bay, there is a quai, where about   7-10 boats can moore, others must drop their anchor somewhere else, but it is deep enough to fix the boat on land with a long line. The village offers some Tavernas, and has only a very few cars, so there is nearly no noise. Fishermen go out and in all the time, and fish is very good here!

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