Astros (Greek: or Παράλια Άστρου Paralia Astrou, Astros Beach) is a port on the Argolic Gulf in the northeast Peloponnese in eastern Arcadia. It is the seat of North Kynouria (Greek: Βόρεια Κυνουρία) and is the largest municipality in Arcadia along with having the most number of communities and settlements. Astros is accessible by the road connecting Tripoli and Argos and Leonidi and Monemvasia to the south. The location is in the E, S of Argolis. It is located S of Argos and Nafplio, N of Leonidi and Monemvasia, NE of Sparta and E of Tripoli. The name and the settlement both date back to ancient times, when it was known as Astron.
Astros has a school, a lyceum, a high school, a church which is situated on a hilltop, banks, and a post office. The port on the east side serves ferries to Spetses. There is a beach to the northeast. In the southern part of Astros, there is a water tower, and a square (plateia).
Much of the land is rocky and bushy and unsuitable for cultivation, but there are some farms and groves are in low-lying areas near town.
Astros, Arcadia [Source]
The panoramic view from Astros includes portions of the promontroy protecting the harbor, and the western and the southern portion of Argolis, except for the most low-lying areas. This view sometimes includes the shoreline communities, but these can only be seen on clearer days. The western portion of the island of Spetses is only occasionally visible.