Harbour in Fournoi on the island Nisos Fournoi, Eastern Sporades, Greece
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Fournoi Harbour, also called Kampos, lies in the west of the island of Fournoi and is sheltered from winds. When the Meltemi blows, there is a swell in the harbour and it can get dangerous. Yachts moor at the NE town quay at a water depth of up to 10 m. A few mooring lines are available to moor bow-to or stern-to. The anchorage does not hold, it is safer to moor alongside a fishing boat if their owners agree to it. Kampos is the only large town in the island. Restaurants, shopping amenities and nautical service providers are centred around here.


  • Type of berthing:
    • Mooring line
    • Rafting up
    • Stern-to
  • Depth:10 m


  • Fuel station Fuel station
  • Sanitary Facility Sanitary Facility
  • Water Water


Dangerous winds:
Swells from:


Approach by night is not recommended

Anchor ground and holding

The bottom mainly consists of mud but also stone. The anchor holds bad.

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