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Porto Heli Guide

Porto Heli Ferry Port

Situated on the south-eastern part of Greece, Porto Heli is one of the summer resorts residing in the municipality of Ermionida. The ferry routes departing the port are to other coastal towns belonging to Greece, ranging from ten minutes to just under three hours.

What is there to do in Porto Heli?

Predominantly known as an escape for the people of Athens, Porto Heli has also become a haven for families hoping for a relaxing holiday under the sun. Secluded beaches, luxurious hotels and warm, welcoming villages make Porto Heli one of the fastest growing resorts in Greece. There is enough to keep you entertained for the entirety of a family holiday, yet the town is also popular due to its close proximity to neighbouring tourist resorts; many dock their private yachts at the harbour for a couple of days before exploring further into the Argolic Gulf. Much like any port town, the harbour is the main attraction; the surrounding streets are lined with quaint shops, friendly cafes and restaurants serving seafood fresh from the waters. After wandering through the narrow passageways, you’ll step onto the ancient ruins of the city of Alieon, which showcases the architectural history that is synonymous with the region.

How do you get around Porto Heli?

The town is very small so it is possible to cover much of it by foot.

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