Kolofana is a village that can have an append to you, as it resembles attached to the past, when Amorgianoi lived from the land. When the Greek coffee and the frozen submarine in the glass accompanied the conversation in the traditional cafe of the village. With Arkesini and Kalotaritissa it constitutes the ideal base of operations for the closed bight of Kato Kampos, the small beach in Paradeisia and the bight of Liveros with the Shipwreck.
“In Makares it was touched by the north wind. It was coming to secure somewhere without wind, until die down the sea. Believed that Liveros was an anchorage. It threw its anchor, but it did not keep him and fell to the rocks”. Mr. Nikitas, coffee maker in Kolofana, remembers the shipwreck of “Olympia”, which impressed so much Luc Besson, that he selects it for setting in“Le grand bleu”, advertizing thus one of the very few sights of Kato Merias On its rusty prow it is still distinguished bas-relief his old name: Inland. The wave passes through its punctured holds and hits in the stones of the dirty coast. The abandoned hull it creates a mysterious melancholy.