In front of the settlement Paralía Glyfádas there is a small E-facing harbor with an entrance opening of about 30 m. It is protected by a windward curved mole extending SE for about 150 m and by a leeward mole extending SW for 20 m.
The outer side of the windward mole has been covered with protective natural boulders. To the E of the leeward mole there is a jetty going SE for 30 m, with depths of less than 1 m near it.
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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.