Harbor Moúrtou is natural and protected by islet Sývota and islet Ágios Nikólaos. Its E coasts are quayed. A small jetty extends W for 26 m from the head of the harbor.
The coasts S of the jetty are quayed for about 30 m and have depths of 2.6 m near them. They are mainly used for mooring by pleasure boats and along them there are water and electricity installations. The shore N of the jetty is quayed for about 160 m and has depths of about 2 m near it.
On the NW coasts there is a marina (small harbor), open ESE and 55 m long. It is formed by a curved mole that extends SW for 65 m and continues SE for 110 m and by a jetty that extends S for 35 m. The outer side of the mole has protective boulders and a parapet.