In the south of the Argolis region of Greece is Porto Heli, a small seaside town with an important port.   Facts about Porto Heli   In the summer tourists arrive here on private boats, yachts and fishing boats, giving the port a lively, international atmosphere. Porto Heli has some quite crowded beaches and some more secluded spots to enjoy a relaxing day on the beach with breathtaking views.  

Facts about Porto Heli

The town of Porto Heli was built on the ruins of an ancient city, as discovered through many archaeological excavations. The ancient population grew rich thanks to commerce, agriculture and ceramics. Porto Heli can be considered the gateway to the beautiful Argolis region, with lush olive trees, crystal clear waters and a picturesque harbour full of traditional fishing boats. Porto Heli has many lovely restaurants and taverns where you can eat the typical Continental Greek cuisine, such as dolmades which are vine leaves rolls, garides saganaki, moussaka and baklava.

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