Harbour in Livadi on the island Serifos, Cyclades, Greece
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Livadi lies in the southern area of Ormos Livadi Bay in the island of Serifos. The village conforms to the typical cliché of the Cyclades - houses on the hillside, shady trees and everywhere the white houses of Chora sitting enthroned on the mountain. Livadi harbour is being extended continuously. Yachts moor at the mole at a water depth of up to 4 m or stern-to at the town quay. The water is noticeably shallower at the town quay, for the most part less than 1 m. The harbour is protected from all winds. When the Meltemi blows, boats should moor on the S side of the mole or anchor freely in the bay with a long chain and good anchor hold. There are many restaurants, cafés and shopping amenities in the village. The 2014 started dredging and concrete work on the southern breakwater is completed in 2015. The wharf is now wider and a little longer. On the north side, new berths for yachts have emerged. However, since there are still some concrete blocks under water, just an approximately 40 -meter-long section is handed over to the local authorities. Here you can berth mostly alongside. Electricity, water and mooring lines do not exist yet. This will be rescheduled at a later stage.


  • Type of berthing:
    • Stern-to
  • Depth:2 - 4 m
  • Port of entry
  • Remarks:
    • Near an appealing place


  • Electricity Electricity
  • Fuel station Fuel station
  • Water Water


Wind protection:

Safety note

Strong gusts on Meltemi.

Anchor ground and holding

The bottom mainly consists of sand but also seaweed. Depending on the bottom, the anchor holds moderate to bad.

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