Kampor has retained the image of an old fishing village probably more than any other settlement on the island. Kampor’s long and fine sand beach (“Veli mel” or Big Mel), proximity to Kalifront forest, old and new houses with their gardens, as well as good food with fresh fish and vegetables, attract many guests.
Kampor Bay provides ideal conditions for swimming and water sports, especially for families with children.
The settlement opens onto the Bay of Saint Euphemeus, marked by an old Franciscan monastery with a picturesque well in the centre of the monastery’s cloister, churches of St. Benedict and St. Euphemeus. Also located in Kampor Bay are two diving schools which make Kampor an ideal starting point for lovers of under water sports and those wishing to become so.