Introducing Peloponnese

The stunning region of Peloponnese is located in southern Greece and is separated from the rest of the mainland by the Gulf of Corinth. As a result, this pretty peninsula dances to its own tune and boasts its own unique charm. A wonderful destination for families, groups and couples alike, and a great place for beautiful beaches, island hopping, idyllic hillside villages, historic ruins and the ultimate R&R with quiet retreats hidden away from the rest of the world. Fill your senses with the smell of orange groves and olives in the air as you walk through the pretty settlements or take a hike to explore the area’s deep gorges, lush green valleys and wild flower meadows. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll find every moment to be magical and relaxing.

Highlights of Peloponnese

This archaeological site features the Homeric palaces of Agamemnon and is one of the most important archaeological sites of Greece.
The historic town of Pýlos is also known under its Italian name “Navarino” and is home to the Palace of Nestor, another important site with artefacts dating back to 1300 BCE.
This beautiful beach is found on a small island not far from Neapoli Vion in the south and features soft white sand and crystal clear waters – a truly exotic beach with unspoiled nature.
Corinth Canal
This is the famous canal that connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea and is a fantastic place for hiking.
Palamidi Castle
Visit Palamidi Castle in Nafplio, east of the Acronauplia. This fortress is one of the most impressive monuments in Greece and there are guided tours available for those who want to learn more about its history.

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