A short walk from town, 400m west of the bridge on the road to Neorion Beach, Poros’ best seafood taverna sits smack out over the water. Watch the local kayaking team do its thing as the jolly owner provides anythin…
There's very little left of this 6th-century temple. Once it was a magnificent building giving sanctuary to fugitives and wrecked sailors, but in the 18th century it was mostly dismantled and the materials used to b…
Karavolos means ‘big snail’ and snails are indeed a house speciality at this quaint eatery on a backstreet. Friendly proprietors also offer classic Greek meat dishes and some fish, as well as rooms (double/triple €3…
Renowned for its meat, this taverna's owners have a butchering business, meaning cuts of pork, lamb and chicken are of the finest quality. It's up the hill in the centre of town; ask a local for directions.
The 18th-century 'Monastery of the Life-giving Spring', well signposted 4km east of Poros Town, has a beautiful gilded iconostasis (a screen bearing icons) from Asia Minor.
This small museum on the waterfront shows a beautiful collection of classic Greek sculpture from the area.
A quayside favourite for delicious seafood, friendly service and occasional Greek dancing.
Cocktail bar with a dance floor and DJs with all-night parties on weekends.
Hang out harbourside and feast on home-cooked Greek staples and seafood.
This bright and cheerful local gallery shows artists from around Greece.