The fishing port of Glýfa is open to the south. A curved mole has been constructed on its western side. The mole extends to the south for 60 meters and then turns to the west for 65 meters. Fishing boats and yachts usually berth on the inner side of the pier, where the depths are approximately 2 meters, while larger vessels can berth on its outer side. The shore between the two sides of the mole’s root is quayed.