Port Koufó is a natural port, with irregular shape, and it consists of three smaller coves. It is open to the southwest. The width of the port’s entrance is 0.35 miles, and it decreases towards the inner part and reaches 400 meters in the middle. The village Koufós is located on the east coast of the head of cove Goúras.
The southwest limit of the port is also the southwest end of Kórakas cove, while the cape Antíkouros, which is located 0.3 miles northeast of the former is its northeast end. From cape Antíkouros the northwest coast of the port Koufó extends to the northeast for 0.23 miles up to cape Spiliá, upon which a light operates.
Cape Spiliá is the west end of cove Goúras, while its east end is the northeast end of a cove located in the eastern part of the south coast of port Koúfo, the head of which lies 0.4 miles east-northeast from cape Pagóna. From the east end of Goúras cove the low and sandy southeast coast of the port Koufó extends to the southeast for 0.25 miles and forms a cove open to the northwest.
The penetration of the cove to southeast reaches 0.15 miles. Depths of less than 10 meters are located up to 100 meters off the cove. Further offshore the depths increase and vary from 30 to 40 meters in the middle. Inland of the head’s coast there is a small lake.
From the southwest end of the above-mentioned cove, the rocky and rugged south coast of the port extends to the west for 0.35 miles up to cape Pagóna, which is the southeast limit of port Koufó. A light is exhibited from the cape. The depths vary between 50 and 65 meters in the middle of the port.