A quiet overnight stop if you want to get away from the crowds. It looks like an old pirate town, with crystal clear waters and a stunning beach. From afar, Kiparissi can be hard to spot; can be identified by the road on the north side of the entrance.
Anchor: only in very calm conditions.
- side-to or stern-to on the north quay, which is no longer used by the hydrofoil.
- stern or bows to on chapel cove, which has good protection from southerlies. If you moor here light an oil lamp, and the place will become even more stunning.
- at the Kiparissi Village Quay, but it is only advisable to moor here in very calm conditions because of the swell.
Ashore: best to get your provisions before visiting Kiparissi, as both mooring options involve a bit of a walk into the small village (half a hour). The taverna, just up the hill, does very good food and has a shower as well.