Poros is a small, picturesque island of the Saronic Gulf, close to Athens. The town of Poros is built in the state of an amphitheater in two slopes. In ancient times, Poros comprised in actuality of two islands, Sphería and Kalávria, yet the last blast of Méthana well of lava in 273 BC fundamentally changed the morphology of the region. Lavish pine trees vegetation, perfectly clear shorelines, an vivid waterfront with shops, comfortable bistros and eateries, a pleasant capital with amazing customary chateaus and cobbled lanes, just as a wide choice of stimulation scenes are the elements of this calm, yet cosmopolitan, destination that attracts visitors from all age groups.
While being in Poros you should visit Askeli, which is known for its sandy beach with crystal clean water. The most picturesque spot of Poros Greece is definitely the Love Bay. Whether you are in love or not we will absolutely fall in for this bay! Dive into the history and tradition of the island through a visit to its Archaeological and its Folklore Museums. Visit also the Temple of Poseidon and Zoodohos Pigi Monastery – the most impressive ecclesiastical monument on the island. Follow a route through the narrow alleys of the town that will lead you up to a hill, where you will discover the trademark of the island: the historic Clock tower. Relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the whole town.
Poros Town is vivid also in the night time, as you can party in its numerous bars and along with Askeli beach barstay open ’till the early hours. As a more relaxing proposal, try a long dinner in the many taverns along the portside of Poros and around the island.