The central port of Neapoli is located at Voion Avenue, at the center of the city and is connected by boat to Kithira and Elafonisos. It has chutes and marina with limited space for small cruisers, where water is provided and fuel is supplied by a truck. It gives satisfactory protection from the winds and in the area. You can find a port authority, commercial stores, mini markets, health center, restaurants and cafeterias. If the weather doesn’t allow anchoring, you can easily moor a little northern at Paleokastro’s shelter. The pebble and sandy beach, that bears the same name, has been rewarded with “The Blue Flag of Europe”. The region offers many clear sandy beaches. The region’s specialty is barbecued octopus accompanied of course with the classic beverage of Greece, ouzo. Moor in Simos beach at the small island of Elafonisos and see for yourself all the fabulous pictures that fill the touristic guides. 13 miles northern of Neapoli is located the settlement of Plytra and Archaggelos.