The port of Lávrio is situated on the southeast shores of Attikí, at a distance of approximately 4 miles north-northeast of cape Soúnio. It is open to the east and its entrance is 0.4 miles wide. The entrance of the port face south and it is 200 meters wide. It is formed between the north breakwater, which is 570 meters long, its direction is south-southeast and it starts from cape Ergastíria and the south breakwater, which is 150 meters long and its direction is north-northeast.
The inner part, from the head of the north mole and for approximately 200 meters to south has been widened and is used for berthing cruise ships. The outer part of the south mole consists of a slope of masonry while its inner side is quayed and used for berthing store ships. From the inner root of the north mole a quay that extends to the west for 360 meters starts. On the quay there are six ramps as well as two piers vertical to it. The quay is used for berthing ferryboats and container ships.
Right to the west of the quay a small port, used exclusively for mooring fishing boats, lies. Its entrance is open to east and its shores are quayed. In the middle of the north shores of the small port there are two floating docks of south direction, 30 meters long each. The port’s quays right to the west of the small port are quayed with depths of about 1 meter and are used for mooring pleasure boats.
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In the bay of Thorikos under the famous ancient theater and the twin hills typical Small and Large Velatouri with the remains of the Mycenaean citadel, the beach is not suitable for swimming because the water is contaminated with various industrial wastes. Gathered on the beach with enough interest in windsurfing.
Small sandy beach outside the small bay in front of Mikrolimano newly Mikrolimano Panorama village, the beach is sheltered in a cove below, given the small low peninsula which protects the island and it looks like you go on foot, located about 18 km southeast of the center of Keratea to which it belongs and 59 from the center of Athens. This is a relatively sheltered beach from the strong summer winds (winds) and the corresponding south.
Our diving field includes the reefs and wrecks of Macronisos island, Cape Sounio and the surrounding islets. For the experienced and technical divers we organize daily excursions to more remote diving sites all of them chosen from the immense personal archive of Kostas Thoctarides.