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Why the Owner Chose Poros
Our family has been visiting the Poros area since family members first vacationed here in the early 1900s. Our great grandparents resided in Crete and first visited Poros in the summer of 1900 when it was used as a rental. They were able to purchase it just a few years later. We feel fortunate that the home remains in the family, and we continue to make trips and vacation here.
We enjoy the location and privacy that the property offers, while still being close to the town and near everything the area has to offer. We love being right at the harbor entrance and all the activity of the boats arriving and departing from/to neighboring islands, including the local fisherman. Grabbing a meal or visiting the beach couldn't be easier and within walking distance or a short drive.
Poros Town and Port
Temple of Poseidon
These archaeological ruins are located near the top of Poros island, estimated to have been built in 520 B.C.
A quiet beach with clear waters and a taverna.
A small island on which a castle was built in 1827 to protect the port. Only the high stone walls remain.
A beautiful, quiet bay with a small beach and taverna.
One of Poros's most beautiful beach areas at the bottom of a slope of pine trees. With restaurants and water skiing.
A small and wonderful quiet sandy beach with clear waters.
Among the most beautiful houses of Poros, known for hosting great personalities in the Arts and Literature, including Henry Miller, George Seferis and Lawrence Durrell