This article is about the Ionian island. For the island and town in Minor Asia, see Fethiye
Makri (Greek: Μάκρη) is a Greek island, one of the Echinades, in the Ionian Islands group. It is located on the far southeast side of the Gulf of Makri. It is administered by the municipality of Ithaca and is 24 km (15 mi) east of the island. As of 2011, it had no resident population. Strabo, and most modern writers, identify Dulichium, from which Homer reports that Meges, son of Phyleus, led 40 ships to Troy, with the island of Makri. In 1920, the British described Makri as having "the finest natural harbor in Asia Minor".
Makri was also noted by the British for its forests. Timber produced was primarily made from cedar. Makri had its own steam powered sawmill in 1920.