Katakolon Port

Katakolon (John Latsis) port is the port of Pyrgos, in the West part of Peloponnese.Our port of Katakolo is a popular stop for cruise ships, offering an opportunity for passengers to visit the  archeological site of Olympia and not only. Low hills with forests surround Katakolo. Katakolo port is the most popular base for travellers seeking to visit Ancient Olympia complex of temples, priests’ dwellings and public buildings. The first official quadrennial Olympic Games took place here.

PORT SERVICES

  • Berthing (Pier1.Pier2, Pier3)
  • Piers for Yachts.
  • Bunkering Operation
  • Clearance In-Out
  • Provisions
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Water Supply (Not Potable)
  • Sludge-Bilge water delivery services
  • Pilot & Tugboat services
  • Cranes and cherry picker
  • Hotel and Travel Reservation
  • Laundry
  • Visa Formalities
  • Busses, Mini Van
  • Yachting
  • Car Rental
  • Taxi Booking
  • Divers

I.S.P.S. COMPLIANCE

The port is complaint.

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UNCTAD LOCODE

GR KAK

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CO-ORDINATES

Lat: 37o 39.0’ N – Long: 021o 19’.0 E

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VHF CHANNELS

Port Authorities: Ch:12

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PLACES OF INTEREST

Ancient Olympia (33 km from Katakolo)

Merkouri Winery (4 km from Katakolo)

Kourouta Beach (22 km from Katakolo)

Traditional Museum at Katakolon port

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ACCESSIBILITY

By Taxi: 3.5 hours drive from Central of Athens to Katakolon port (320.0 km)
By Bus: 4 hours drive from Central Bus Station of Athens to Pyrgos Town (310.0 km)

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BERTHING FACILITIES

Pier No.1: 270.0 m. / max. draft: 9.0 m
Pier No.2: 200.0 m. / max. draft: 7.5 m
Pier No.3: 240.0 m. / max. draft: 9.0 m

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TYPE OF FENDERS

Trelex