The port of Ermioni is the commercial center of the city with shops, supermakets, gift shops, all you would need to make your holiday go smoothly. At the picturesque taverns and traditional cafes and restaurants, with the octopus hung out to dry, and the fishermen's nets, the visitor can enjoy wine or ouzo with all the fresh delights of the sea.
Worth a visit is the Historic Folklore Museum. The visitor can get to know the history and social traditions of Ermioni. The museum is housed in the home of Ekonomou, built in the 18th century in the heart of the old city near to the metropolitan church of Taxiarchon. The church is built in the 16th centuray Byzantine style and is built on the exact place where the ancient temple of Demeter was located, the stones of which are a part of the current day foundations.
Mylos is another place one must not miss in Ermioni, located on the hill of Krothi, across the port. The view of Ermioni from there is breath taking, especially at sunset or moonrise time.
The Mandrakia is the liveliest area of the city, it has restaurants, cafeterias, and night clubs offering entertainment till morning.
is a small pine-tree covered peninsula on the edge of the town and is also an important archeological site where, in ancient times, at least two temples were built here. In the central area you can see the stone foundations of a temple that was dedicated to the Goddess Athena & Poseidon. From June to December it is a joy to swim in the crystal clear waters that surround the Bisti.
Besides the crystal clear waters of Bisti, you may go swimming at the sandy beaches of Kouverta, Sentoni, Petrothalassa, Aghios Dimitrios, Dardiza and the shores of Thermisias and Plepi.
Agion Anargiron Monastery: Located some 2 km outside Ermioni is a remarkable example of Byzantine Monastic architecture and famous for the springs with healing waters, is built on the ruins of the Temple of Asclepius, between the 9th and the 11th century. Here there is an important library. The festival of 'Agioi Anargyroi' is celebrated on 1 July with crowd participation, big outdoor market and popular festivities.
Five to six kilometres northwest from Ermioni you will find Katafyki Gorge. Rocks, caves, lush vegetation and the chapel of St. Nicholas, built in 1740, make up the charming landscape. The historic old bridge leads through a magical place with pine trees and running water in the picturesque village of Fourni.