Aliki is a gorgeous beach with sand inside and out which winds up in a lagoon. It has shallow water and Bourtzi is right across where anyone can swim to.
Located at the entrance of Poros’ waterway, as we come in the from Hydra on the flying dolphin. Aliki is across Poros, next to the famous Lemonodasos, a large estate full of citrus trees having an abundant water supply and water mills. High up, the view from the area is panoramic. It’s a forest containing orange and lemon trees with taverns scattered all around. This specific part of Poros inspired many prominent writers.
It has exquisite seafood restaurants on the shore, and a modern hotel complex, “Aliki Beach Hotel” that has a restaurant and cafe snack bar by the sea. The beach is equipped with umbrellas and sunbeds, canoes and paddle boats, with Bourtzi playing the part of a natural breakwater. Access to Aliki is available either by boat from Poros or driving from Galata, with your own vehicle or getting a cab.