The CITRONNE Gallery continues its summer exhibition program in Poros with the personal exhibition of Mary Christofides on "Resistances and Exclusions", edited by Platon Rivellis. This summer photography exhibition, based on Poros, is inaugurated on Saturday, July 27 at 8.30 pm and will run until September 8.
The Saronic Chamber Music Festival, this unique musical institution, was born 9 years ago. Since then it has been presenting the body of the great chamber music works of the great classical composers. Every year are invited distinguished musicians from all over the world that connect with friendships and artistic visions!
It is true that when you have a limited time to stay somewhere you have never been before you do not know what to do first. As far as Poros is concerned, although it is a small island in the Saronic Gulf, there is a lot to do and see whoever visits it for the first time. We have gathered some interesting options to choose or combine what suits you best... for only a few hours in Poros!
When one decides to visit an island in the Saronic Gulf, fortunately he has the advantage that can choose accessible beaches on foot. This way, any island you can choose can be toured without a vehicle.
Autumn has come, but that doesn't mean that excursions and trips don't continue. The season is suitable for nearby excursions to destinations that are suffocatingly full of people in the summer, as a result of which you cannot enjoy them as you would like. One such destination is the Argosaronic Islands. See what you can do in Hydra, Poros and Aegina in the autumn months.
Definitely when you visit a place for the first time you want to see as many attractions as you can. Here you will find all the basic information about the islands of the Saronic Gulf, Hydra, Poros and Spetses.
During Christmas and New Year, the islands of the Saronic Gulf wear their "Festives" to celebrate the birth of Christ and the coming of the new year. Like every place, Hydra, Poros and Aegina have old and new Christmas customs, which they revive every year.
Athens can be ideal base for one-day excursions that bring you closer to nature, monuments of particular interest and historical destinations. It is easy for residents of Athens to choose one of the following nearby destinations. There are very nice nearby destinations that someone can choose to travel close to Athens.
At the Archaeological Museum of Poros, Ioannis Psychopedis imprints the time and traces of History in twenty-four equal-sized works of books. Each of them corresponds to a letter of the Greek Alphabet, through the exhibition The Alphabet - Archaic Palimpsest. So it's worth taking a look at Yannis Psychopedis' artistic perspective.
Glamping is a new travel trend and it is essentially the marriage of the classic campsite with staying in a luxury room. One wonders how one can camp and at the same time enjoy the comforts of a luxury hotel room. What unites glamping with camping is the scene. Only glamping includes luxury tents with regular hotel furniture.
When we only have a few days at our disposal either for a vacation or a short break and want to change shows, everyone's thoughts turn to a nearby destination. The Argosaronic islands are ideal options for such a thing. For example, Hydra or Poros? What would you choose?
Where did the names of the Argosaronic islands come from? Ancient gods, mythical kings and kingdoms, emblematic figures of history, morphological as well as geological features, inspired the name of many Greek islands. What does "poros" mean? What was Aegina? Is Hydra related to the word water? We travel to the interesting nomenclature of the Argosaronic islands and explore their etymologies.