The small port of Epanomí is the landing place for the settlement Epanomí (7.333 residents) and is located approximately 2 miles northeast inland. The entrance of the small port, formed between two moles, is facing southwest and its width is about 60 meters.
The north one is made of a slope of masonry and extends to south for about 70 meters while the south one, which is angled, extends to the southwest for approximately 50 meters and then it extends to the northwest for another 80 meters. Its outer side consists of a slope of masonry while its inner one is quayed. At the root of the south mole there is a slipway.
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.