The small harbor of Larymna in Boiotia still has clearly visible remains of the defensive wall around a kind of peninsula and defenses around the harbor. The walls date partly from the Macedonian period, but are partly older. Foundations of a tower (?) In the middle of the harbor mouth make it likely that the harbor could be closed by a chain. The remains of a huge aluminum factory on the other side of the water dominates the current town, where several ancient inscriptions can be found, bricked in modern houses. Wall remains around the modern city make clear that not only the harbor was defended, but that the entire ancient city was protected with a defensive wall (non vidimus).