The north port of Chalkída is formed north of the narrows of the strait of Évripos, which also connects it with the south port. Cape Xylofánaro and cape Kakokefalí are its northern ends. It is open to the north and its penetration to the south reaches approximately 0.5 miles.
The width of the entrance between the two capes mentioned above is 0.6 miles. Its western shores are part of the northeastern shores of Stereá Elláda. Its eastern shores are part of the northwestern shores of the distinctive peninsula of Évvoia.
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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.
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