Between the coastal towns of Larnaca and Limassol lies the Zygi Fishing Shelter, an endearing fishing village.
You can see the charming old stone building that was used to house the carobs for the traders of the ancient trade routes. There are restaurants, taverns, cafes looking on to the stunning mountain ranges and the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
It is a well-known fishing port and renowned for its fish restaurants, but there are no facilities for visiting yachts here (toilets, water electricity). Fuel can be delivered by mini-tanker. Zygi may be useful, however, for an overnight stop and visiting the restaurants, not for provisioning.
You can reach the harbor master by phone at: 00357 24817097 or if not and you would like to moor the best way is to take a berth stern-to the wall on the left as you go in. VHF is not monitored by harbor master.
There are 3 berths that have tailed moorings. You will find 3 meters depth in the entrance and at least that at most berths. Fuel may be delivered by mini tanker truck.
There are lots of seafood restaurants with delicious, fresh seafood, exactly on the seafront, shops, WC, etc.
Usually, during the Cyprus National sailing Championship (end of May - June), the marina is fully booked.
Visitor and locals come here to taste traditional meze. The coast is famous for different types of bream fish, grey mullets, octopus, devilfish as well as calamari, crab and other seafood - fishing is a number one activity in this area.
You can take part in a culinary tour of the local farms that produce traditional halloumi cheese, wine and olive oil, and visit strawberry farm.