Poros is a small Greek island in the Aegean Sea, inhabited by about four thousand people. Most of them live in the largest town of Port Poros, where ferries, hydrofoils, private yachts and boats are moored daily. Tourists enjoy walking along bustling promenades at the waterfront and visit numerous cafes and taverns offering local specialties. Seaside boulevards are surrounded by elegant villas with pastel facades and roofs covered with traditional dark orange tiles. The urban buildings of Poros are dominated by hills covered by conifer forests.