Poros is accessible from the nearby Skala via the coastal road. An approach that offers fantastic views of the village and the turquoise sea that surrounds it. Poros is 42 km away from Argostoli and coming from there the approach to the village is through the beautiful gorge of Poros, an impressive geological phenomenon in which the river Vohinas flows during the winter months.
Poros was built amphitheatrically along the beach. Thanks to the evolving combination of mountain-sea and its fish-rich waters, the village gained loyal visitors from the first years of the tourist development of Kefalonia. Due to the large area of the village, the square by the sea plays an important social role. Walk and talk continue until late at night.
There are many taverns and restaurants located almost all by the sea. Small hotel units and apartments ensure a comfortable stay in the quiet and pleasant environment offered by the village.
Cultural events take place every summer in the amphitheater and the Telemachio road race in early September is a tradition of many years with participants from different countries.
Sights nearby that are worth seeing are the only vaulted Mycenaean tomb in the Ionian Islands (1200 BC, open every day except Monday) and the Monastery of Atro at an altitude 500 m., Near the top of Atro mountain.
Beaches are Aragia and Limenia which are sandy with pebbles.
Nearby beaches are Makria Petra (this small paradise is accessible only by boat), Skala and Mounta.
Poros is connected by ferry to Kyllini. Boats are rented in the port.