The bay of Vourkari in Kea may accomodate and provide yachting services. It is a little, coastal settlement with a special picturesque harbor where many sailing races are being conducted.
The facilities include quays with a total length of 130 m. and the average depth near the pier is 3 m.
Protected from almost all weather conditions.
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Vourkari is a little, coastal settlement with a special picturesque harbor where sailboats and yachts anchor. Many sailing races are being conducted as well as similar sport events (Kea SUP Race, Kea Run etc.). In your walk along the beach, you will find tourist shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants. Do not forget to taste the famous fresh fish, other seafood and local dishes. Vourkari, is still famous for its nightlife, as it has very beautiful summer bars.
Opposite of Vourkari you may see the peninsula of Agia Irini, the name of the chapel there, which is particularly an important archaeological site. There were discovered the impressive clays, female figurines, "Kores" ("daughters"), which you may admire in the archaeological museum of the island. A little further, equally of great interest are the peninsula of Koka, an old abandoned industrial area, and the famous "Steno of Lampros Katsonis", which took its name from the fact that when Lambros Katsonis was blocked by the Turks in bay of St. Nicholas he managed to escape with the help of Tziotes by passing his boat with wood, rollers and pulleys from the narrow isthmus of Koka, coming again back to the sea.