Approaching Poros by boat its Historic Clock is imposing from the distance on the highest top of the hill, among prickly pears and pine trees. It was built in 1927, it is visible from every part and it is the jewel of the town. Poros is an unammissable destination during a sailing holiday in the Saronic gulf, the houses by the sea are big and neoclassical in contrast to the simple two - floored houses in Brinia, Mylos, Pounta and Kasteli. On the outskirts of the town in Northwest there are the Military Navy facilities, the Progymnastirio, the first residence of Othon. That is where today the pretraining of the sailors takes place. After the Progymnastirio, a small canal separates Spheria from Kalavria.
After Sinikismos (Settlement) the visitors follow the footpath that continues along passing through a wonderful area full of pine trees. After the canal bridge there is the Sinikismos (Settlement), which was first inhabited by Minor Asia refugees. Poros is the island of peace, romance and jauntiness. It is overgrown with pine trees which reach the rugged shores or the sandy beaches. The residents of Poros are like all islands, spontaneous, decent and hospitable At the center of town you can find the archaeological museum, the library, reception rooms, and on the beach there's an open air cinema. There are many little taverns spread among the pictures - due backstreets of Poros.