Porto Heli is a nearby destination for those living in Athens which is why they choose it for weekends. Even in the summer, when the multi-day vacation is a dream for most Greeks and foreigners, Porto Heli is full of travelers who want to spend a few days away from the city.
Built on a hill in the Peloponnese 42 km southwest of Corinth, with the composition of its land creating one of the most nurturing environments for the growth of vines, Nemea stands tall with its heritage apparent across every nook and crevice of the city.
The ancient open Theatre of Epidaurus dates back to 4th century BC and is located in the lush hills of the Peloponnese, just a 30-minute drive from the Saronic Gulf. As one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Greece, it is undeniably unique for a multitude of reasons.
Mycenae, the ancient city that named a whole civilization after itself, lies in the low hillsides of Peloponnese close to the modern town of Argos in mainland Greece. Set on a trip traveling you back thousands of years and discover monuments so ancient that even ancient Greeks considered them ruins of antiquity.
Only an hour away from the bustling city of Athens, Corinth is a Greek getaway destination that is easy to access, lively and diverse. Here, we have created the ultimate guide to Ancient Corinth, consisting of the best things to see and do in the city that combines history, culture, and entertainment but also historical facts and mythological tales. We will dig deeper into the History of Corinth and will discover what was Corinth known for in the ancient times as well as the History of the King of Corinth.
Mani Peninsula is a region of Greece that covers the peninsula of southern Peloponnese. Despite the inhospitable landscape of barren rocks and cliffs that dive into the deep sea, this region is one of the most authentic and traditional places a visitor can experience in Greece.
'On nothing, does Heaven bestow more care than Olympia' said Pausanias, the famous ancient Greek geographer, and traveler of the 2nd century AD! Follow us on a trip to ancient Olympia and learn why this corner of Greece was and still is the cradle of western civilization.
Let us welcome you to Argolis, one of the most beautiful locations on the Peloponnesian peninsula. This region offers a unique combination of mountains and sea, art and history, and picturesque villages infiltrated with olive trees. Argolis' capital, Nafplio, is one of the most important and picturesque cities in Greece; a seaport city which was the first official capital of newly-liberated Greece in 1829. The regional unit of Argolis also includes the magnificent city of Epidaurus, where the exceptional Theatre of Epidaurus is located, and Mycenae, one of the major centers of Greek civilization from about 1600 BC to 1100 BC. Last but not least, the beautiful seafront city of Ermioni. If you are not already intrigued, let us delve a bit more into how you can spend a day in Argolis and how the many historical and cultural gems there satisfy any and every taste.