Steni Vala (means narrow valley) is a small harbour. It offers good protection for an overnight stop and is popular with fishermen, locals and holiday boats alike.
Moor: anchor and tie back to the quay if you can find room; mooring is bows-to as it is quite shallow next to the quay. The holding here is good. This is a popular place and also has a few trip boats that visit so it can get a bit frantic with crossed anchors etc.
Ashore: tavernas along the waterfront and a mini market. We recommend stocking up here as this may be the last opportunity to purchase food and water before heading further north to the outer islands.