Kouloura / 39°44.59′N, 19°56.44′E


Kouloura Bay is the third of the anchorages, just round the headland from Kalami Bay. Although a very beautiful little bay, the only suitable spot for anchoring, on the S side of the bay just N of the tiny small craft harbour, is now occupied with mooring buoys. Anchoring on the N side will make you unpopular (at least in the season) with the locals as it is a favorite swimming spot. Further out, clear of the beach, depths are 15 – 20 metres and only suitable for a lunch stop. One taverna ashore.

This is a very quite little bay it would be good for those wishing to get away from it all. There is though excellent swimming - especially snorkeling and nearby quiet rocky coves - ideal for secret sunbathing!
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