A port has been constructed upon the western part of the bay of Ágios Andréas. The port consists of a 67-meter-long quay and a curved mole that begins from the northeast limit of the quay. The mole initially extends for 33 m to the southeast and then turns for 26 m to the southwest. The inner parts of the curved mole are quayed, with bollards positioned upon them.
They form a Π-shaped small port along with the south side of the quay. The small port is used for the mooring of fishing vessels. The outer, southeast side of the pier bears a parapet upon it. A Ro-Ro ramp is located in a distance of approximately 200 m to the southwest of the northeast limit of the quay.
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Steno, as the local townspeople refer to it, divides Astypalaia into the eastern part known as the "Inner Island" and the western part known as the "Outer Island". The concrete road towards the "Inner Island" stretches past the successive beaches "Marmaria", "Steno", "Plakis" and the "Blue Limanaki" until it reaches Analypsi or Maltezana after a total of 9 Km.