Poros beach is a calm and pretty bay on the east coast of Kefalonia
, on the edge of Poros
village. It would take around an hour to make the 40km trip across the island to the capital Argostoli
Poros beach is narrow and although normally not too bad it can feel busy at peak times, it has crystal clear waters and is made up of pebbles and shingle. There are sun loungers with umbrellas available as well as sections of the beach that are left clear. There’s no taverna directly on the beach but there are a number of establishments just behind the beach where you can get food a drinks.
You wont find any water sports at Poros beach so if you have teens or people in your group who enjoy a more lively day at the beach then Poros is probably not the right choice for you.
Finding Poros beach is simple, head for the port of Poros and the beach is just to the north. You can park on the main road that runs along the back of the beach or further back in the village itself.