Márpissa, Piso Livadi 844 00, Paros, Greece
GPS: 37°02’04.9″N 25°15’32.9″E / 37.034698, 25.259124
Piso Livadhi Marina is a medium size harbour located in the city with the same name on the coastline of the Aegean Sea. Piso Livadhi is a recreational marina that focuses on nautical activities and tourism and it welcomes its visitors with an active city with plenty of attractions and superb sandy beaches. The port has an exotic air and charms its guests with beautiful sunsets and rich historical heritage that make this location very special. Enormous buildings can be seen while walking through the city, as well as modern parks and superb botanical gardens. Greek cuisine is absolutely delicious and the many restaurants in the area offer menus fit for every taste and budget. Tasty seafood dishes and exotic cocktails can be tasted in Ostrako-Ostrako, Markakis Restaurant and Anchorage Cafe Bar. Hotels in the area will always welcome you with open arms and cheerful personnel. Porto Serifos, Agnadi Villa and Astrio Studios are waiting to transform your holiday into a Greek adventure.
Located in the south of the island, the Piso Livadi marina is protected from the strong north winds. The marina hosts fishing and tourist boats and is the starting point for excursions to Amorgos, Koufonisia and Santorini.
Piso Livadi is a port (rather than a marina) little known, in the middle of the
East coast of Paros (near Logaras beach). It provides a good shelter
against the meltem if one is alongside the quay north-south. Dock theoretically
reserved for the fishing boats but there is a place without
problem off-season. The infrastructure of this port is a serious one, or even
oversized for the use made of it. Originally, it was a small
fishing port which has been considerably enlarged by a wharf very wide
and of beautiful invoice. Water and electricity to the terminals to pay. Possibility
wet. Public toilets at the beginning of the dock. The village is attractive
even if you have, on Paros, much better elsewhere. For those who want to
to flee from the scene too much order or too crowded with
port is a correct alternative. And who may render services by
Safe berthing of fishing boats and yachts
It is safe when north winds blow up to 9B and less safe when very strong south winds blow
There is water and electricity supply and public W.C.
Capacity of 30 boats of 18-20 meters maximum
The average depth is 4 meters
Flights to Paros depart from Eleftherios Venizelos Airport in Athens and the journey takes is approximately 45 minutes.
The Paros Airport is located 9 kilometers southwest of Parikia, in Voutakos Agkairias.