A cheerful port area, a
number of beaches, very little accommodation and some
excellent tavernas sum up what you can expect on Fourni.
Believe us, there is very little else on this most unspoilt of
unspoilt, lesser-known Greek Islands.
of Fourni is wonderfully vibrant in the traditional Greek way.
Locals scuttle around conducting their day-to-day business,
most of which is linked to the fishing fleet that is based on
Fourni. The resultant price for fresh fish and shellfish
(especially lobster) in the tavernas is a fraction of what you
would expect to pay on other islands. Such is the temptation
and reputation of the tavernas on Fourni that the locals from
Ikaria, Patmos and Samos make the trip to sample the culinary
delights on offer.
the village the island is almost deserted. Secluded coves and
bays are within walking distance, one of the best being lovely
Kampi complete with a taverna that overhangs the sandy beach.
The 20 minutes it takes to reach Kampi is nothing to what the
more intrepid walkers will undertake in reaching some other
gloriously remote areas of the island.