The small harbor is open almost to the N. It is protected from waves caused by N winds by a curved mole of about 300 m in length. Its inner part, with a length of 63 m, is quayed and has depths of 3 m, which decrease gradually towards its root. At the extension of its head there are natural boulders, which limit the opening of the entrance up to 20 m. On the outer side of the quay there is a parapet 1.5 m height with natural boulders on its outer side.
The S coasts of the small harbor are protected by waves caused by S winds by a curved mole of NW direction and a total length of 150 m. Its inner side, near the root, has a length of 40 m, is quayed and has depths of 1 m near it. Its outer side has been covered with protective natural boulders. In the middle of the S coasts of the harbor there is a small jetty that extends for 30 m to the NW.