From the air you can clearly see the outline of a sunken Roman salt works in the bay of the island Lavsa ...
From the air you can clearly see the outline of a sunken Roman salt works in the bay of the island Lavsa. Settlement remains can also be seen there. The Romans used the salt to preserve fish. This is a popular destination due to the availability of buoys and the number of small Konobas. Anchoring can be awkward as the bay does not offer any protection when the Bora wind is blowing. Many an anchor has also become entangled in the underwater chains linking the buoys.
In cooperation with Bayexpress
For more than 10 years the Bayexpress has been a reliable guide for sailors in Turkey, The Eastern Greek islands of the Dodecanese or in Croatia. In the new version of the app for the Croatian coast, in addition to the most interesting restaurants along the coast and on the islands, for the first time the buoy fields of Croatia are marked on the map, all the ferry terminals and petrol stations.
Turkey & Greece/Dodacanese