Peloponnese

The largest peninsula of Greece, the Peloponnese, generously offers its visitors rare natural beauties, impressive beaches, fairytale mountain routes in lush forests, places and monuments “immersed” in its myth and rich history.

It’s an ideal destination for families with children, romantic getaways for couples, lonely wanderings and adventure “hunters”.

Choose luxury hotels of high standards and get ready to explore one of the most beautiful areas of Greece.

Take a tour of the ancient civilization of Mycenae, the theater of Ancient Epidaurus, where the heart of the ancient theater still “beats” and the archeological site of Olympia where the flame of the most important sports ideal has been lit for centuries now. 

Follow the footsteps of Hercules in Ilia, Achaia, Corinth and Argolis and visit the palace of the Homeric sage Nestor in Pylos.

Walk towards the Byzantine castle towns of Mystras and Monemvasia and to well-preserved medieval castles.

Hike on marked trails in Mainalo, Lykaio Oros and Taygetos and discover picturesque mountain villages on the green slopes of the mountains as well as idyllic landscapes, with lakes, rivers, arched bridges and small waterfalls.

Indulge in the rejuvenating and healing action of the thermal waters, in Kyllini, Methana and Loutraki.

Dive into the cool waters of the Corinthian Gulf, the clear blue waters of the Argolic, the enchanting beaches with the calm, crystal clear waters on the east coast of Laconia, the unique beaches of Messinia, and the endless sandy beaches of Achaia and Ilia.

Enjoy unique traditional flavors with the products of the fertile Peloponnesian land, such as meat, fish, vegetables and fruits of all kinds, handmade pasta, lalangia and siglina from Mani, authentic kayana, pastries and famous wines.

Explore the land of myth and history and live an unforgettable experience!

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