Amazing view showing narrow Poros, surrounded by pine trees, olive, orange and lemon trees. The beauty of the place impressed and praised by leading writers, poets and artists. The Nobel laureate George Seferis, Kosmas Politis, Kostis Palamas, Ioulia Dragoumi and the American writer Henry Miller.The town of Poros is built in the shape of an amphitheatre over two hills. In antiquity Poros consisted in fact of two islands, Sphería and Kalávria, but the last explosion of the Méthana volcano in 273 BC radically changed the morphology of the area.


Many of the houses of Poros are neoclassical. Singles Deimezi building, 
built of gray and red stone shop of Grivas, with large doors and beautiful decoration. One of these beautiful houses of Poros is Villa Galini, 1892 building, occasionally hosted great personalities of Art and Literature. In the center of town is the Archaeological Museum of Poros, which is open  daily except Mondays, from 9.00 to 15.00. Here are exposed finds dating from the Mycenaean up to the Roman era and from the excavations of the Temple of Poseidon, Ancient Troezen, the Royal Tombs of Magoula, apathy, from Modi and Ag. Konstantinos Methana.
You can see wonderful frescoes Parthenis the Cathedral of St. George and visit Chatzopouleio Public Library. The conference hall of the Municipality of Poros is  a historical monument constructed in Ernst Ziller. The neoclassical building was renovated in 2002 with particular aesthetic elements today and can host conferences of the municipality, organizations and other private entities. The Monastery of Zoodochos Pigi (18th century), built on a green hill, overlooking the sea,  is an example of island monastery architecture. It blends tranquility with simplicity and charm. At the entrance of the monastery there is the famous spring for  healing properties, from which he took the name of the monastery on the side of a stream, under towering trees, over the sea. Founded and built by  Athens Metropolitan Jacob II at its own expense and contributions from various residents of Poros. The temple is a type of basilica with a dome and the interior of the impressive wooden temple that was made in Cappadocia in Asia Minor in the 17th century and the Episcopal throne. The monastery contributed immensely supporting the morale of residents during the Ottoman period and had a hard time during the German occupation, in order to preserve and support the residents. The monastery is surrounded by tall and strong walls. There is only the main gate and the loopholes. The rectangular enclosure is the church, the church and the family tombs of Tombazi of Law.
Of particular interest is the precious wooden temple built in Cappadocia of Asia Minor. In the 17th century, the wooden iconostasis and the imposing bishop's throne. The temple is of type basilica with dome and bell spire. Generally the construction is an example of insular monastic architecture.
From there going north we reach the Temple of Poseidon. Little remains today of the Doric temple (6th century) made of blue limestone. The Neptune was built around 520 BC He had dimensions of 14.40 x 27.40 m. And was Doric pavilion with 6 columns at the short sides and 12 columns at large. The temple is located within rectangular enclosure and serves as the chancel seeker fugitives.
Five kilometers north of the ruins of the Russian Naval Base. There in 1834 warehouses and bakeries to refuel the Russian fleet sailing in the Aegean Sea. The Russians maintained the property until 1900. Since 1989, by decree, the Russian Dockyard characterized as a historical monument due to its great architectural and historical interest.


The Diavologefyro is a rugged area with wild beauty. It's a beautiful ravine with rich nature, full of oleanders  and  ancient trees and sycamores. In the background of running a small river, which descends from the mountains, creating in some places of ponds, among huge rocks.  The Lemon Forest is a big area full of lemon trees with lots of waters and waters mills. From the top, the view of 'Lemon Forest is panoramic. It is a forest, more than 30,000 lemon trees and orange groves interspersed with taverns. Green lemon and orange smells delicious and are an ideal place for romantic walks. East of the port is the island of Bourtzi with a small castle built in 1827 by the Bavarian philhellene K.Eintek to protect the harbor. Located in the bay of the monastery near the Peloponnese coast and can visit it for swimming as well.  


A. With moped, bus, taxi or boat
 1. Poros - Perlia - Neorio (3 Km. on road or by boat) From there you can continue up the Harbor of love and the Russian Dockyard by motorbike, by car or on foot.
2. Poros - Askeli - Abbey Zoodochou Source (5 Km.) onroad or by boat.
3. Poros - Temple of Poseidon - Vagionia - Vrysoula - Poros drive by motorbike or by car make the procession of the island.
4. Poros - Alikes - Bourtzi island (3Km.) drive from Galata or by boat from Poros.
5. Poros - Galatas - Lemon Forest (3Km.) In less than ten minutes will take you by boat to plate and from there to the famous Lemon Forest. You can go by car from Galata.
6. Poros - Galatas - Cheeks (5 Km.) About 5Km. from Galata there are the Royal Tombs of Magoula. You can go by car from Galata.
7. Poros - Troizina - Diavologefyro (10Km.) Ten (10) kilometers from Galata there is the beautiful village Troezen where are the ruins of ancient Troezen and sources of Illikou river, in a green  trees, the Diavologefyro, where Theseus had founded the sanctuary of Spouse Venus. You can go by car from Galata.