Harbor Pórou is protected from waves caused by N winds by a mole that extends E for 146 m, with a width of 6.3 m. Natural boulders have been placed alongside the outer side. From waves caused by E winds it is protected by a windward breakwater 245 m long and 15 m wide, of NW direction, which consists of natural boulders.
A part of its inner side, for 120 m from the root towards the head, has been widened for 32 m and is quayed. The entrance opening of the harbor, between the mole and breakwater, is 260 m, with depths of about 6 m. The inner coasts of the harbor are quayed for about 300 m, 50 m of which are on the inner side, W of the head of the mole, with depths of about 3 m. On the quayed W coasts of the harbor there is a ramp and depths of 3.6 m near it, to which ferries moor stern-to.
Inside the harbor there are depths of 2–5 m for the most part. On the S coasts, 150 m S of the head of the mole, fishing shelter has been built, with dimensions of 80×50 m and a W-facing entrance. It is protected from waves caused by N winds by a mole that extends NW for 75 m. Depths at the entrance of the fishing shelter are 2.4 m; inside the harbor they are 2–5 m for the most part.
Kaminia is a sandy beach located 34 km south of Argostoli, the beautiful capital of Kefalonia and close to Skala village. It is one of the longest beaches of Kefalonia with crystalline waters, an ideal spot for a silent and relaxed day under the warm sun.