ou reach another headland, called Bucephala （Ox-head）, and, after the headland, islands, the first of which is Haliussa （Salt Island）. This provides a harbor where there is good anchorage. After it comes Pityussa （Pine Island）, and the third they call Aristerae. On sailing past these you come to another headland, Colyergia, jutting out from the mainland, and after it to an island, called Tricrana （Three Heads）, and a mountain, projecting into the sea from the Peloponnesus, called Buporthmus （Oxford）. On Buporthmus has been built a sanctuary of Demeter and her daughter, as well as one of Athena, surnamed Promachorma （Champion of the Anchorage）.
Before Buporthmus lies an island called Aperopia, not far from which is another island, Hydrea. After it the mainland is skirted by a crescent-shaped beach and after the beach there is a spit of land up to a sanctuary of Poseidon, beginning at the sea on the east and extending westwards.i.e. the spit runs eastward into the sea fr