Agios Stefanos / 39°45.91′N, 19°57.09′E


 



Agios Stefanos, next to Kassiopi,  is the fourth and most northerly of the anchorage, lying about a mile N of Kouloura Bay. It is around 500 metres SW of the dangerous reef of Ifalos Serpa, which extends 200 metres off the shore. The inner part of the bay is partly protected by a short breakwater, but depths in this part are too shallow for most yachts to anchor at barely 2.0 -3.0 metres. It is possible to anchor in the outer part of the bay in 4.0 – 5.0 metres, but more than five yachts at anchor here and the bay becomes crowded. Shelter is good from the prevailing winds, although an occasional heavy swell enters from passing ships. It also feels a little bleak in the outer anchorage. Cafes and tavernas ashore and limited provisions.







An exceptionally pretty location lying at the closest point to Albania, with tavernas and restaurants.
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