Cheap holidays to Poros
Poros is a lovely port town on the east coast of Kefalonia and boasts amazing beaches, hospitable local people and laid-back atmosphere, to spend your beach holidays with the whole family. Arrange your amazing cheap holidays to Poros with BerryTravel.com today for maximum savings and great deals.
Poros is situated amidst the dramatic scenery of the mountains of Atros and Pahni and its coastline provides spectacular beaches to enjoy and a safe port to discover. Poros has three uncrowded and pebbly beaches with shallow blue waters to soak up the warm sun and to sunbathe all day long. Fishing, daily boat trips and diving are the most popular water based activities among the holiday makers of Poros.
Things to do
Poros holidays will be appreciated by worldwide travellers that are searching for relaxation and a peaceful location away from the massive tourism and the bustle. The village is well organised and hosts several gift shops, supermarkets, bakeries, cafés and restaurants to do some shopping and to find everything you’ll need during your holidays there. The settlement, due to the way it is built, offers amazing views to the island of Ithaca and to the Ionian Sea. Cheap holidays to Poros would be a great opportunity to visit other traditional Kefalonian villages such as Asprogeraka, Riza, Kabitsata and Tzanata and other neighbouring resorts as well. The monastery of the Virgin Mary and the ‘tomb of Odysseus’ are worth visiting while you are enjoying your Poros holidays too. Additionally, you can go on a daily cruise to the islands of Ithaca and Zante. Cheap holidays to Poros offer endless choices and activities to enjoy.
Poros resort hosts an excellent choice of restaurants, offering tasty Greek dishes, fresh caught fish and seafood and international cuisine to sample. Nightlife in Poros is calm and laid back. In a short distance from Poros there is one open air disco to dance the night away during your Poros holidays.
Visit Poros for your next summer holidays. Come to enjoy the Greek hospitality and the crystal blue Ionian Sea.