Nei Pori is one of the most underrated vacation destinations in Greece, a hidden gem worth adding to your Greece bucket list.
In Nei Pori you won’t find any ancient ruins or impressive citadels, but a huge sandy beach, lots of hotels, villas and apartments, and plenty of seafront restaurants and tavernas.
Before 2011, the coastal village of Nei Pori (alternative spelling Neoi Poroi) wasn’t even a village. It was part of the East Olympos municipality. Even so, it still had one of the best beaches on the Olympic Riviera, up to par with Olympic Beach, the neighboring resort in Katerini.
#1 relax trip
- â˜‘ Round-trip transportation from Nei Pori to the Mount Olympus National Park
- â˜‘ Expert guide
- â˜‘ Small group for a relaxed pace
- â˜‘ Swimming beneath waterfalls and in natural pools
- â˜‘ Duration: 4 hours
- âï¸Rating: 5 out of 5 stars (43 reviews on Viator)
Nei Pori Beach
Nei Pori Beach stretches along the entire village and even beyond it. It counts about 5km and it is a Blue Flag beach.
The fine sand, the crystal clear water and the convenience of a wide and lively promenade make Nei Pori the perfect place in Pieria to book a beach vacation.
What can be better than laying on the beach and looking at the majestic Mount Olympus with its peaks surrounded by white clouds?
Where to Stay in Nei Pori?
Nei Pori is such a small village that it doesn’t really matter where you stay. You’ll be close to the beach no matter what.
The difference is in the comfort, amenities and other such details. Let’s see what are some of the best Nei Pori hotels, villas and apartments.
Visit the Dion Archeological Park
A visit to Dion Archaeological Park is like stepping back in time, allowing one to immerse themselves in the captivating stories of the past while surrounded by the breathtaking natural beauty of the Greek landscape.
You can visit this lovely and off-the-beaten-path park in Greece either by driving yourself there or by joining an organized tour like this one.
Hike the Enipeas Gorge, Mount Olympus
Enipeas Gorge, situated in the heart of Greece’s stunning Mount Olympus region, is a natural wonder that enthralls all who venture into its depths.
This gorge, carved by the Enipeas River over millennia, boasts an enchanting landscape of towering cliffs, lush vegetation, and crystal-clear waters.
Hikers and nature enthusiasts are drawn to its well-marked trails, offering a chance to explore the gorge’s breathtaking beauty and discover hidden waterfalls and pools along the way.
Click here to join an organized trip to Enipeas Gorge at the price of today, [todaysdate].
Take a Canyoning Course
A canyoning course includes a wide array of activities such as rappel, sliding, jumping, swimming and hiking.
Click here to find out more details about this course and to see the price and the current availability.
You don’t need special climbing skills to join this trip. However, you must have a decent level of fitness, in order to make the most out of this adventure.
Enjoy the Olympus Lagoons
Similar to the canyoning experience described above, this organized tour takes you to some of the lesser-known stretches of the canyon, where you’ll swim beneath waterfalls, zip down natural rock slides and swim in natural pools.
Click here to book your spot on this tour.
Take a Half-Day Sunset Tour on Mt. Olympus
This tour starts in the afternoon with a visit to the Crusader Castle of Platamon. You’ll pass the golden hour taking photos of the breathtaking scenery.
Next, you’ll visit Paleos Panteleimonas, an authentic mountain village with stone houses and cobblestone streets.
Check out the availability and the tour price here.
Take a Day Trip to Meteora
Meteora doesn’t need any special presentation. This monastical complex of monasteries perched on top of majestic cliffs is truly one of a kind.
Click here to find out how you can visit Meteora on a full day trip from Nei Pori.
What Else Can You Do in Nei Pori?
Last but not least, enjoy your time in Nei Pori, visit the village church and take photos of those beautiful old buildings on a mountain backdrop.
Check out the last block of restaurants as you walk on the beachfront promenade towards Kastri; there you may find a restaurant that allows their guests to look at the sky through a telescope.Their food is delicious, and you get this nice astro bonus.
That’s another cool thing to do in Nei Pori.
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