The port is formed by an angled, windward mole, which extends to the west for 125 meters and then turns southwest for another 110 meters and a leeward mole that extends to the northwest for 105 meters. The entrance of the port is formed between these two moles and it is facing southwest.
The width of its entrance is 90 meters and the depths on its axis are 12.5 meters. The north (outer) side of the windward mole is protected by a parapet (for 100 meters) and a slope of masonry, while its south side is quayed for 155 meters (from root to head), while an 80-meter-long part is protected by a slope of masonry. Both sides of the head of the lee mole are quayed.
There is a T-shaped iron pier (dimentions: 30X7 meters) about 105 meters south of the leeward mole. The depths close to its head are 2.4 meters. The eastern shores of the bay of Oreoí are wooded and low. As a result, the area is difficult to recognize.
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The small port Skála Aidipsoú is the terminal on Evvoia island for vehicles ferries communicating with the port of Arkítsa that is located 6 miles south of the opposite shores of Stereá Elás. The small port consists of a 200-meter-long quay, with a 40-meter-long Ro-Ro ramp upon which ferryboats usually land.