In ancient times, the few hundred meters that separate the mainland from the island of Pourers could be crossed on foot. The narrow channel explains the name of the island pross in Greek means passage. The name is not uncommon in the islands where there are many places called porridges.
In this small town, the contrast with the bustle of nearby Athens is particularly marked. Ross is really made up of two islands. One of them is a volcanic origin there. Nature has made use of the rich earth to express all its variety Kiriakou Osmani sees.
You can get here from Athens in an hour and a half when I can come by plane from abroad and hire a car and come to porters by road. Yeah, they say Lovo, sir. But otherwise, to get to almost all the other Greek islands, you have to take a boat.