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Panormitis

Is a large bay located on the south west corner of the island and is very well protected from all winds.  It has a sandy sea bed which is good for holding.  You will also find a beautiful setting with a Monastery dedicated to the Archangel Michael.  It is a place of pilgrimage  for sailors from around the World.  There are 2 small museums and a quaint church in the centre of the Monastery which are well worth a visit.  It is worth being ashore around 1030 hrs When the museum opens.  You can enjoy both museums at a leisurely pace prior to hoards of visitors arriving from the  main ferries throughout the morning .  There is a bakery, producing great fresh bread, and pastries in the morning and a small market for the general things you made need.  There is a local mini bus that leaves twice in the day, the last time is around 1200 hrs so you can get a ride to the town of Simi and enjoy the town without the hassle of the authorities.  You will, when you want to return, need to get a taxi back but it does not cost much more than €6.

Monastery at Panormitis

Mountain road view of Panormitis