Poros villages

Poros is an island with developed tourist infrastructure. Most of the tourist facilities are found in the Town of Poros, but there are also other smaller villages that get pretty crowded in summer, such as Askeli and Neorio.
Some hotels and accommodation are located around these villages.
After you have seen the best Poros villages, you can also find information about the best beaches in Poros.

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Guide to 6 villages

Discover our guide to 6 Poros villages. They are all presented with a detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Poros. For the most popular ones, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.

Town

Town

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Location: On the southern side of the island
Description: Poros Town is the only real village of the island. It distingishes for its Neoclassical architecture and the lovely port. Poros is built amphitheatrically on the slopes of a hill and gives great views to the sea.
Askeli

Askeli

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Location: 3 km north east of Poros Town
Description: Askeli is the busiest tourist spot on Poros. It has a long beach and mnay tourist facilities, while a bus frequently connects to the Town.
Galatas

Galatas

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Location: Right opposite Poros Town
Description: Galatas is like the sister-town of Poros. It is located on the site of Pelponnese, right opposite the port of Poros. Frequent ferries connect each other.

Kalavria

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Location: Northern side of the island
Description: Poros actually consists of two islands, Sferia and Kalavria, connected to each other with a small bridge. Kalavria is the largest of the two.

Neorio

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Location: 2 km north of Poros Town
Description: This is actually not a village but a tourist hamlet. It has many hotels, fish taverns and other facilities.

Perlia

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Location: 2 km north west of Poros Town
Description: This is a tourist hamlet between Poros Town and Neorio. It has some hotels and fish taverns along the road.

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