The harbor is protected by two moles. The east one is 180 m long and is curved. It initially extends to the north for approximately 60 m and then turns to the west or 110 m. A light exhibits at its head.
The west is protected by a slope of masonry. It extends to the northeast for approximately 20 m, with a light exhibiting at its head. The shelter’s entrance is open to the northwest and its opening is approximately 25 m.
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Mytilini Marina is situated on a strategic location for sailing just opposite the Turkish coast at the northeast part of Mytilini's city, the capital of Lesvos island. It is a sheltered port of call or permanent base for yachts cruising the northern Aegean.
On the southern coast of Lesvos, Plomari, the ouzo capital of Greece, is built amphitheatrically near the sea and is the second largest town in the island after Mytilini. This is where the famous Barbayiannis Ouzo comes from as well as several other smaller labels like the excellent Ouzo Giannatsi, both distilled in the traditional method.
The north part of the beach is characterized by crystal clear, shallow waters and fine sand. The other side (south of the port) the morphology of the sea-floor changed completely: there are thick quite clearly pebbles with unique colors.