The port of Stylída is artificial. It is situated in front of the homonymous city (5,339 residents). The shores of the port are quayed for approximately 750 meters. A mole (120 meters wide) has been constructed in the middle of those shores and extends to the south for 120 meters. The eastern side of the mole (with depths of approximately 5 meters nearby) is used by cargo vessels.
Two Ro-Ro ramps are located at a distance of 100 meters east of the mole’s base, with depths of 6 meters nearby. The depths in the remaining part of the quay (east) vary between 0.5 and 2.5 meters. Fishing boats and pleasure boats berth stern to on the head and the western side of the mole. A maneuver basin has been dredged east of the mole (at a distance of 200 meters), which is connected with the channel of Stylída.
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.
At a distance of 7 km south-east of Volos the popular coastal tourist resort of Agria is a modern and dynamic town, full of life all year long. The plethora of coastal taverns, restaurants and refreshment stands offer visitors great gastronomic options as well as relaxation.
Quiet coastal village with clean coasts and cool turquoise waters. The range of coasts allows for a safe swimming for children, spear fishing at the head of a reef in the middle of the bay and autonomous scuba diving opportunities to explore the wild rocky sea-bottom.
Approximately 2 km from Agia Marina you will find another lovely sandy beach with spotless waters, Pachia Ammos. The beach is not organized; therefore you must attend to your essentials but it is a good option for a swim while sailing in Greece.
Few kilometers after Chrysi Akti and in the direction of Volos, we meet the bight Mamidakis and the settlement of Agios Georgios Kynigon. The settlement has both permanent and seasonal residences along with a calm beach with pebbles and shingles.