Small harbor (marina) Foinikoús (36°48´.3 N – 021°049´.3 E) is located in front of the namesake village and is the seaport of Lachanáda settlement, which is situated about 1 mile N inland. The name "Foinikoúnta" does not derive from the Phoenicians, as is commonly believed, but from the "foinikoún" (red) dye that was produced by processing a shell named "porfýra". Loútsa settlement is situated about 1 mile E of Foinikoúnta.
The entrance of the small harbor is open E, has a width of about 75 m and depths of 3.6 m. The small harbor is protected by a curved breakwater of natural boulders, about 160 m long, and by a jetty that extends S for about 80 m. Depths at the head of the mole are 3 m, decreasing gradually to 0.5 m towards the root. The NW and N coasts of the harbor are sandy. It is mostly used by fishing vessels.