Kérkyra 490 80, Greece.
GPS: 39°27’12.3″N 20°00’09.0″E / 39.453425, 20.002493
In Kérkyra (Greece), you will find this marina. It is a marina with moderate capacity for medium size boats, taking into account the number and size of its moorings (max. length: 20.00 – max. draught: 3.00). It includes a highly varied range of services available to its customers. The basic needs of its customers will be well met, because it has water and electricity.
Petriti is a small and somewhat sleepy fishing harbour on the SE coast of Corfu, 10 miles S of Corfu Town. Nestling in a small bay protected from the prevailing NW winds, the harbour consists of a 100 metre long breakwater extending S from the N side of the bay. A rocky shoal to the S of the harbour affords some protection from southerly winds and swell. The harbour is a popular port of call for yachts transiting the W side of the Corfu Channel and is frequently visited by charter flotillas. Visiting yachts berth on the outer 50 metres or so of the breakwater, using their anchors to go bows or stern-to, or anchor off in the bay SE of the harbour. Depths in the harbour are 3.0 metres and, if using the anchorage, it is necessary to anchor outside the line extending S from the breakwater end if you wish to be in greater depths.
Petriti harbour and the bay in which it sits are quite shallow, the 5.0 metre contour beginning some 100 metres E of the harbour and decreasing to 3.0 metres by the end of the breakwater. In the centre of the harbour depths are even less, between 2.0 and 2.5 metres. Other than that, the approach is straightforward, although yachts arriving from S need to be aware of the shallows extending over half a mile N of Cape Levkimmis three miles to the east of Petriti.
Yachts anchor in the bay SE of the harbour, where depths of 3.0 – 7.0 metres can be found. The holding is excellent in sand and weed. Shelter here is reasonable in the prevailing NW winds, although there is a slight swell even in light northerlies. Anything E or S in the wind if strong would render the anchorage untenable.
In addition to coming by boat, you can also reach the marina by air, given the short distance between the marina and the nearest airport.
Petriti Marina is a large port situated in the city with the same name on the Greek coastline. Its ideal position offers access to the Ionian Sea and its superb shores. This marina is also very close to Corfu and offers countless possibilities for sightseeing and adventure. Paleokastritsa Beach is one of the most famous beaches in all Greece and offers the opportunity for you enjoy nautical sports. If you want to experience Petriti’s culture we suggest visiting The Church of Saint Spiridon. This marvellous landmark has superb architecture and still provides religious service to the Greek people. Restaurants in the area will always welcome you with open arms and will ensure that your stay here will be one to remember. Taste delicious seafood dishes and exotic cocktails in Limnopoula, Taverna Stamatis and Apaggio. Enjoy a fantastic holiday in one of Greece’s most beautiful cities and book a room in one of these famous hotels: Pension Egrypos, Katina and Hotel Helios.
Corfu Island, one of the most famous touristic attractions in Greece and the home of calm blue waters! Corfu Island (Κέρκυρα – Kerkyra in Greek) is a unique island situated very close to the Albanese coastline and is the home of the most famous city in Greece – Corfu.
The sandy beaches and unique blue waters make this region the ideal location for an unforgettable holiday in Greece. One of the most famous touristic attractions in Corfu is Aqualand – One of the biggest aquatic parks in south-east Europe that attracts thousands of tourists every year. This park is the host of one of the highest water slides in Europe and is guaranteed to provide an adrenaline rush.
The Moni Theotokou Monastery is one of the oldest establishments of its kind in all of Europe and has been providing religious services to the people of Corfu since the XIII Century. It is open for visitation all year round and doesn’t charge admission for tourists. This cultural landmark will allow you to enjoy extraordinary paintings displaying Judgement Day. The Achilleion Palace is another historic venue that shows the marvelous architecture and imposing size. The gardens in front of the palace are the hosts of impressive statues of Greek Gods and famous fight scenes of the Greek mythology. Enjoy a relaxing day visiting these marvelous areas and explore the cultural and historical background of Corfu.