Σάββατο, 1 Ιουλίου 2017

Katakolon Travel Guide

Katakolon Port (or Katakolo Port) is situated on the Greek coastline and is the gateway to the ancient site of Olympia, where the Ancient Olympics were first held.

This is the current harbor from the region's capital city Pyrgos.

Visual, with intense the standard color, it combines sea and mountain. To fill their free time or to pleasantly pass their vacations, the visitors have a lot of choices.

In order to explore its beauties and to discover the magic of Katakolon one needs plenty of time. It is not unintentional that whoever passes little time right here, right after his departure the only thing which has within his thoughts it his return to Katakolon. According to recent statistics, Katakolon today is the second most busy cruise port of Greece, after Piraeus harbor.

Dock Basic review: Two breakwaters protect an entrance, 250m in size; depths differ from 30m in the opening to 1.5m in the harbour. Those sections of the dock not available to silting have depths to 7.9m for industrial traffic. It comes with an inner anchorage, considered safe in many kinds of weather. Visitors figures: Approx 200 vessels visit the dock annually. Load Line Zone: Summer time. Maximum dimension: Max safe draft, 6.5m.

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