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Áyios Kirikos Marina, Ikaria Island, Greece

Ágios Kirikos Marina is a large port located in the city with the same name, on the shores of the Aegean Sea. This marina is positioned on the Ikaria Island, which is the birthplace of the myth of Icarus. It is said that Icarus tried to reach the sun and built himself wings glued together with wax that melted as he flew closer to the sun. Gorgeous sights and soft-sanded beaches can be enjoyed by tourists who want to spend a few hours in Ágios Kirikos. Are you interested in the traditional Greek cuisine? Then we suggest visiting the countless restaurants in the area. Here is a list of the top rated venues: Sta Perix, Naiades and Marymary Restaurant. If you are searching for accommodations, Ágios Kirikos is full of hotels and holiday homes that will make sure that your stay here is one to remember. Here is a list of the top hotels in the area: Atheras Hotel, Filioppi Hotel, Ikaros Star Hotel, Ikarion Hotel, and Erofili Beach Hotel. Enjoy a relaxing vacation in Ágios Kirikos marina.

Facilities of Áyios Kirikos Marina

Drinking water

Bar

Restaurant

Electricity

Market

Dressing rooms

Crane

Ramp

Rent car

Seamanship

Service Station for ships

Master harbour

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Áyios Kirikos Marina : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Ikaria Island

Sharpen your senses and take in all that this majestic Greek island, home of the mythical Ikarus, has to offer. Situated in the far east of the Mediterranean, about 30 miles from the Turkish coast, it is embroidered with beautiful coves, rocky cliffs, steep valleys and broken canopy of scrub and olive groves.

Uncommon amongst the Greek Islands, Ikaria has remained true to herself and to the ways for her kin - the Ikarians. Tourism on Ikaria is carefree and unimposing for all and reflects an "Ikarian Balance" between nature, freedom, time and development. The island is named after Icarus, the young man in Greek mythology who flew too close to the sun and plunged into the sea, according to legend, close to Ikaria.

The astounding beaches with the golden sand and crystal clear waters provide the perfect ambiance to relish a day in the glorious Greek sun. Due to the absolutely laid-back atmosphere, Ikaria island is mostly frequented by free camp... more info

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