Change your SSH port to something else. Honestly, I keep mine at the default 22 - I find no reason to change this, even though lots of people recommend changing it. It does make it hard[er] to figure out the SSH port if you change it, but it's not impossible.
Additionally, you need to serve Apache on 80 (http) and Apache SSL on 443 (HTTPS). If you want to force redirection of HTTP -> HTTPS by setting up a redirect on the Apache side, however, if you aren't trying to force http->https, you just need to make sure that SSL is configured and enabled on Apache (no redirect required if you aren't forcing http -> https).
22 -> SSH
80 -> HTTP
443 -> HTTPS
Never set a service to use a well known port of another service.