Askeli, Neorio, as well as the traditional town of Poros, are the most popular holiday centers for accommodation and entertainment. Askeli and Neorio are located on the beach and are surrounded by the lush pine forest of the island. They have a modern infrastructure with hotels, organized beaches with water sports and numerous restaurants. Askeli is located on the eastern side and Neorio on the western side of the island.


The ideal location of Poros is ideal for day trips to the surrounding islands, but also to the Peloponnese. In Poros, day cruises are organized around the island and the nearby Argosaronic islands of Aegina, Hydra and Spetses, as well as day trips to the Peloponnese-Mycenae, Nafplio and Epidaurus. The island is connected by ferry to Aegina, Hydra, Spetses, Porto Heli, Ermioni and Methana. You can also visit the Peloponnese, just five minutes away or enjoy a show at the Ancient Theater of Epidaurus.


Poros is located 31 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus and is one of the most popular islands for sailing and pleasure boats. In the natural and calm bay of Poros, you will find many small, quiet and green coves for bathing. The port of Poros is one of the safest havens in Greece.


A diving school has been operating in Poros for several years. For more information you can call: 6973320207 and 2298023223.

Rowing is a tradition on the island of Poros with many European awards and the island's nautical clubs will introduce you to all the secrets of rowing and kayaking.
The options include water skiing, jet-skiing, barefoot, jump and trick skiing, water boarding, and windsurfing, while those who wish to combine relaxation with fun can choose banana, tubes and parachute.
The paths in the pine-covered mountainous areas of Poros are ideal for lovers of hiking and mountain biking, while the peaks will reward you with an indescribable view of the entire Saronic and mountainous Peloponnese.