Poros is a little island of Greece located in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, close to the islands of Aegina and Agistri. Thanks to its proximity to Athens, it is a favorite among weekend destinations.
Offering amazing beaches and a lively main town, Poros is a must for a short trip!

To help you organize an unforgettable trip, we have included in our travel guide the island's top hotels and restaurants, landmarks, beaches, things to do and more . You will also find a collection of beautiful photos!

Poros island can be reached by ferry from Athens (Piraeus port) but also, for island hopping enthusiasts, from Hydra, Spetses and Aegina. The island can also be accessed by car via the port of Galatas in the Peloponnese?


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Sitting in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, Poros island is a little Aegean gem! And the best part is that a ferry ride from Athens lasts just an hour, making this island very easily accessible, thus an ideal destination for a quick weekend getaway!

Lush vegetation, beautiful little beaches, picturesque villages, and a vintage aura make this island a unique place to visit during your holidays in Greece!
The first thing that will stand out to you as you approach its port by ferry, is the charming capital town with its signature landmark, the Clock Tower. Built on a hillside, the Town is one of the most picturesque capitals of the Aegean sea islands.
It is the center of the island’s activity, as the array of traditional taverns and restaurants located along its seafront promenade come alive when the sun goes down, attracting vacationers from all over the world!

Moving on to the island's beaches, their main asset is not their quantity, but quality! Surrounded by lush vegetation, the sandy bays are easy to reach from the Town, either by car and bus or by little boats departing frequently from the port. Askeli, Love Bay and Neorio are the most popular organized beaches, while you can also find more secluded seashores to enjoy your privacy along the island’s coastline!

Poros is ideal for relaxing holidays, while its proximity to islands such as Aegina, Agistri, and Spetses makes it the perfect base for island hopping!
It’s time to make Poros your next holiday destination!

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Hotel rooms, apartments and suites are among the best options for your accommodation in Poros. The island is well-developed touristically, with small yet modern hotels in the Town or bigger resorts that are usually located near the beach, in areas such as Askeli, Monastiri and, Neorio.
Some of the most popular hotels are Sirene Blue, Xenia Poros Image, and more.


The most popular way to reach the island is by ferry. There are ferries to from Piraeus port in Athens but also from other islands of the Saronic islands (Spetses, Aegina, Poros). The closest airport is in Athens.
Poros can also be accessed by car from the Peloponnese.
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Discover the highlights of Poros to experience during your holiday! From sightseeing to activities and from tours to restaurants, here are the best suggestions for the ultimate experience!
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  • Beautiful town
    Poros Town is the centre of activities for the island. With picturesque architecture and nice views to the sea, this is a wonderful place to stroll around.
  • Love Bay
    Love Bay is the most beautiful beach in Poros. This is actually a small cove with blue green waters and surrounded by lush greenery. It is accessed by bus from the town.
  • Temple of Poseidon
    Very few remain today from the ancient temple of Poseidon, which stands in the center of the island. This temple was of great importance in the ancient times as it was the center of an amphictyony, that is a league of local powerful city-states.
  • Lemon forest
    The renowned lemon forest of Greece is situated opposite the port of Poros on the shores of the Peloponnese and is the only one in Greece.
  • Monastery of Zoodohos Pighi
    This monastery is located on a hill above Askeli beach. It is surrounded by pine trees and has historical importance for the island. This is the last bus stop from Poros Town to Monastiri.