The small port of Néa Artáki is formed at the northwestern head of the cove of the homonymous bay. Its entrance is facing east. Its width is approximately 65 meters and the depths on its axis vary between 3.5 and 4.5 meters.
The small port consists of an L-shaped breakwater, which is 370 meters long. A light is exhibited from the end of the breakwater. The part of the breakwater that starts from its root and extends to the south for 165 meters is quayed.
The remaining part is not quayed and vessels usually berth stern to on it. The depths close to the breakwater vary between 1.7 and 3.5 meters. A mole that extends to the southeast for 130 meters is located 100 meters northeast of the breakwater.
The fishing shelter of Kourentí is formed on the northeastern shores of the cove, east of cape Tekés, while its entrance is facing west. A mole that extends to southwest for approximately 35 meters protects the northwest part of the fishing shelter.