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Poros is located in the south east of Kefalonia. It is the biggest district of new Elios-Pronnoi municipality.

The town has been developed at the foot of the mountains of Pahni and Atros. An attractive resort which has a loyal following of holiday makers who revisit annually. Not only does it appeal to the British market but it also attracts Greek, Italian and northern European tourists giving it a pleasantly cosmopolitan feel.

In the summer Poros also attracts a number of visitors who arrive in private yachts. It was the first part of the island to be unwrapped by tourists, when a cruise ship started to dock around the early eighties, it has since been overtaken by neighbouring Skala with the volume of tourists.

You are spoilt for choice, whether to relax in a taverna and watch the world go by on the water or lay out on the beach.

Poros Kefalonia Ferry

Poros is almost divided into in three parts, there is the port area, the beachfront and the village square, they all provide accommodation of sorts. There are apartments which seem to snuggle into the hillside, and around the picturesque small harbour rooms reward you with fantastic sea views.

It is easy to miss the best part of Poros. If you enter Poros via the gorge road, you will need to turn left once on the waterfront, you will see the port to the right of you. The main beach Aragia: Most commonly known as Ragia is a good size and kept very clean. Situated to the north of the town across a metal pontoon bridge that spans the dry bed. There are tavernas and bars all along with boat hire and sun beds available. Even in high summer it feels spacious. Pretty flowering shrubs and trees line the beach and you may park on the long straight beachside road. The crystal clear waters of Poros allows you to see the seabed which displays a rainbow of colours.

The port is an important link between Kefalonia and mainland Greece and the main port road can sometimes become busy with traffic using the ferries. These ferries leave from Poros to Killini on the mainland, as well as various other destinations. This is the major port of south Kefalonia. The local area around Poros is idea for exploring, if you enjoy walking there is a coastal walk which follows a path around to the neighbouring resort of Skala.

Breathtaking Poros gorge, also called the ‘Arakli gap’ is a 80-metre deep rugged, beautiful craggy ravine, and until the mid nineties when the new coast road was cut through to Skala it was the only main route out of Poros. Local legend has it that the gorge was carved out by Hercules , the hollows being footprints of the huge supernatural feet of the hero when he stood on, and leveled, this part of the mountain.

High above the town is the old Poros road, known as the top road, this is mostly rubble and loose stone but is passable in a motor vehicle. If you are a little adventurous you can use this road today. It passes through tiny traditional old villages and snakes its way down to Poros. You must persevere with the route as there are times you may think you have taken a wrong turn as the tracks do appear to dissolve into one another.

The surrounding area of Poros is dramatically beautiful with high proud mountains and wonderful greenery. If you wish to see Poros in all its glory visit the Atros Monastery which is dedicated to the virgin Mary’s’ birth and is the oldest on Kefalonia, it stands on Mount Atros way above the town, almost in the clouds, 760 meters above sea level. Here you will be able to wander the grounds of the old and new monastery. The trip up to the top will take half an hour or so in a car, you need to travel slowly as it is a steep loose surfaced winding stone track with sheer drops. Please do not let the climb to the summit deprive you of the fantastic and unique view of Poros.
Take a camera! See Atros Monastery for more info.

Poros is considered as the most important market town on the island. It has been built on a long narrow strip along the coast bound on each ends by two estuaries, the Vohina, the Homeric Reithro, and the remains of the ancient Pronnean port. In older days Poros was the most important port of he whole area and the old town Pronoi. Situated on the mountain above Poros you can see remains of ancient walls.

There is plenty to see near Poros including the Tzanata tombs, Mount Enos National Park and nearby villages of Tzanata, Asprogerakas, Kabitsata and Riza. As with most locations car hire is an advantage to make the most of your stay.
In the summer months there are a variety of artistic and intellectual events organized here. There are painting, sculpture and ceramic exhibitions along with concerts and international conventions.


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