Harbor Aigíou, open N, is formed at the head of the namesake bay. Its coasts are quayed for about 900 m. Almost in the middle of the quayed coasts, perpendicular to them, there is a (central) mole 90 m long.
At the root of the W side of the mole there is a ramp with depths of about 1 m near it. The mole has sunk and is not used for mooring vessels. The central dock, of E–W orientation and 230 m in length, is 240 m W of the mole.
In the SW shores of the bay and at a distance of about 600 m NW of the head of the old central mole the new wharf has been constructed ( 2014), is oriented E-W and about 230 meters long. The wharf is not operational ( 2014).
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The largest cluster of islands in the Corinthian desert islands along with Agios Ioannis and Planemi. The dominant version wants to got their name from combination of words three islands, but we prefer the more romantic explanation, that the tiny islands of Phocis, opposite from Aigion, baptized so many of the crickets and melodious song summer nights.