Anafi, is the most distant island of the archipelago of Cyclades. A small port and a Cycladic village perched on the heights, silently inhabit this wild rock. Sandy beaches sheltered from the wind and coves with clear waters punctuate the southern coast, followed by a path leading to Mount Kalamos, one of the most beautiful heights of the Cyclades, and its monastery. Such is the paradise offered to the Argonauts by Apollo himself, as a rest break in their quest for the Golden Fleece.
It is here that Asani, the first boat of Le Marin Bleu, takes its summer quarters and carries tourists and locals, adults and children, dogs and cats, from the port to all the beaches of the south.
We are replacing the plastic bags of Anafi Island’s shops with 100% biodegradable bags. Beach campers can give us their rubbish, we bring them back to the port.