Today, a part of the east side of the ancient wall and the foundations of towers and gates alongside the modern road leading from Megara to the village of Kato Alepochori are visible. Recent research has also indicated the existence of ?long? walls starting from the north wall of the acropolis and ending at the sea in order to protect the ancient port, which was a communications base with the West via the Corinthian Gulf.

The cemetery of Pagai was on Pyrgari hill, 350 meters east of the hill of Pagai. Excavation has brought to light a cluster of rock-cut cist graves. Grave use dates from the late 5th century B.C. to the Hellenistic period.