The fishing shelter is protected by a south angled breakwater of east-northeast direction, which is 300 meters long and at the head of which a light operates, and a north strait mole of east direction, 165 meters long, at the head of which a light also operates.
Its west shores are quayed and there is a slipway on them. At a distance of about 50 meters off the quayed part, in parallel to the shores, there is an artificial islet, 125 meters long and 40 meters wide. In front of the outer (eastern) side of the islet there is a small port which consists of two curved moles that protect the port from slitting.
On the north side of the islet there is a footbridge, 5 meters high, that connects it to the opposite quayed shores of the shelter.
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On the south shores of cape Mikró Émvolo there is a small port suitable for berthing of pleasure and fishing boats. The small port is protected by a 400-meter-long windward angled breakwater of southeast direction, on the end of which a light operates, and a 100-meter-long leeward breakwater of southwest direction.
After being chased from Thessaloniki the Apostle Paul went to Veria, where he preached the Holy Gospel to jews and Greeks. The spot in Veria where Paul stood and preached, is called the "Apostle Paul's Altar" and is now an imposing monument with beautiful mosaics.
Continuing on the coastal street, after Stomio, the visitor will find Alexandrini beach with golden sandy beaches 2 km long in the camp of Agios Dimitrios. Clear waters and a beautiful and exotic landscape.
On the coastal line, after Kokkino Nero, the visitor will reach the scenic Stomio (in distance 49 km from Larisa) with the 2 km long golden sandy beaches in front of the settlement. Clear waters, very beautiful, exotic as well as inviting landscape.
It is located 36 km away from Katerini and 56 km from Larisa and it is found at the south-east of the prefecture. The beach is under the castle of Platamonas, in a small creek and due to its location, it is occasionally also called Kastro.
Skotina attracts tourists mainly from Europe as it is situated in front of the blue Aegean Sea and the foothills of Mount Olympus. The bright sun and the vivid colors, the crystal sea and the golden sandy beaches remind us why the Greek Gods chose this area for their residence.