stern to at the West Pier. The berths are good, but in strong NW winds there is swell in the harbour. Avoid getting too close to the southern pier, as depth decreases rapidly. The North pier is reserved for ferries and trip boats. Busy with ferries and trip boats.
Ashore: a bar right at the pier; water comes by tanker. Toilets are located near the North pier. For a few euro you can shower on the hotel close to the South (if it is not fully booked).
Mandraki itself has several very touristy restaurants. If you leave the promenade, you will find more authentic Greek restaurants. There are also shops and car/moped rentals. Supermarket and butchers in the main port.