Within a short distance there is an experienced water sports school and a shop for renting a motorbike or car, ideal for exploring the island. If you prefer something different, choose the mountain bike, as the paths in the pine-covered area are ideal for exploration.
You can also take a one-day excursion to Hydra, which is only half an hour away with the flying dolphin.
Alternatively, you can drive 45 minutes to visit Nafplio, the first capital of Greece.
Poros Archaeological Museum: It is located on Koryzi Square and the exhibits of the museum are a very rich collection covering all time periods, from the Mycenaean Era to the early Christian centuries.
The Temple of Poseidon: The Temple of Poseidon has been dated to around 520 B.C. It was one of three large sanctuaries in the Saronic area and formed a triangle with the Temple of Aphaia on the island of Aegina and the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio.
Zoodohos Pigi Monastery: The 18th-century Monastery of Zoodohos Pigi, or means life-giving spring is a unique example of island monastery architecture.
Agios Georgios Church: The cathedral of Agios Georgios marks the center of Poros Town's upper sector. It is widely known for its hagiography which is the work of one of the most important modern Greek artists, Konstantinos Parthenis.
The Clock Tower: The historic Clock of Poros is established as the symbol of the island and was built in 1927.