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Khios Marina, Chios Island, Greece

Khios Marina is a large harbour located in the city with the same name on the Greek coastline. This fantastic area provides easy access to the Aegean Sea making it the ideal place for a vacation for those interested in exotic beaches and blue waters. Palm Trees, Orange Trees and Olive Trees planted all across the city will make you feel like you’re in Heaven and the parrots flying in the blue skies will be a sight that you will not forget. If you are looking for a good time, Khios is full of beachfront discos and clubs that are open all night long. Enjoy dancing, traditional beverages and traditional Greek music on the shores of the Aegean. If you are seeking accommodations we suggest visiting these fine establishments: Amalia Hostel, Frourio Apartments, Aegean Sea Rooms, Chios Chandris and Grecian Castle. Khios is a real paradise and will impress everyone who decides to visit it. It is mostly visited by young tourists from all around the world, especially for its wild nightlife.

Facilities of Khios Marina

Drinking water

Bar

Restaurant

Electricity

Market

Shipyard

Dressing rooms

Security

Diving

Crane

Rent car

Seamanship

Service Station for ships

Bank

Master harbour

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Cancellation Policy of Khios Marina : restrictive

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Attractions in Chios Island

Be prepared to be welcomed in style, as Chios is a hospitable island with polite and peaceful residents, ready to greet every new visitor with love and kindness. Located in the Aegean Sea, 7 kilometers off the Anatolian coast, Chios is the fifth biggest of the Greek islands. The island is disjointed from Turkey by the Chios Strait. Chios is remarkable for its exports of mastic gum, also known as The mastic island, but also include olives, figs, wine, mandarins and cherries.

Tourists are allured by its medieval towns as well as the 11th century monastery of Nea Moni, a splendid UNESCO World Heritage Site. The crescent or kidney shaped island is sprinkled with mountainous and arid terrain, its shores being embraced by mountains. The two largest of these mountains, Pelineon (1,297 metres) and Epos (1,188 metres) reign majestically in the north part of the island. According to tradition, the island's name infers from Hiona, the daughter of Oenopion who was the first pi... more info