Attractions In Korinthia

Explore The Attractions Of Korinthia
Acrocorinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Ancient Corinth also boasts archaeological ruins – mostly Roman and some Greek – at the foot of the huge rock, Acrocorinth. Walls, mosaics, reliefs and works of different civilizations are all present.

Archaeological Museum of Corinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Wander through Roman exhibits in 3 special showrooms and around the museum’s courtyard. The museum highlights the long history of Corinth starting from the Neolithic era until the Middle Ages.

Archaeological Museum of Isthmia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Right beside the site where many archaeological treasures were unearthed, this museum features all the finds and outstanding glass tableaus from 375 AD.

Archaeological Museum of Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Right on site, the museum focuses on finds of the area and sheds light on its history, complementing the site where sadly not much remains.

Cave near Lake Stymphalia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

There’s a cave near Lake Stymphalia full of flowstones and amazing stalactites.

Domaine Repanis, Xirokampos, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Using the well-known Agiorgitiko variety, the Repanis family matures its wines in oak barrels underground for an exquisite velvety wine. Located at the foot of the Panagia mountain and at the entrance of Nemea (ancient Greek city), the farm has a winery museum and a grand hall to host events.

Domaine Skouras, Malandreni, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

With amazing value for money, Domaine Skouras offers small quantities and great vintages to the visitor. This is just a few minutes away from Argos and the winemakers will greet you with hospitality.

Doxa Lake
Peloponnese / Korinthia

If Stymphalia doesn’t have much water, Lake Doxa is full of it. That’s because the lake was created artificially by damming the area. Looking quite natural, the lake is surrounded by pine and other forests against a backdrop of the Chelmos mountaintop (or Aroania). Noteworthy are the churches of Agios Fanourious and the monastery of Saint George which was moved to a higher location as the lake was developed in the 1990s. While there aren’t too many modern roads around it, there are plenty of hiking paths.

Folklore Museum of Corinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

This museum showcases silverwork, woodwork, embroidery, furniture, tools and more from the early 19th century to the 20th century. See male & female costumes from different parts of Greece, plus a library with books from the 17th-19th centuries.

Gaia Estate, Koutsi, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Gaia is said to explore Greek varieties to their limits, thanks to dedicated Greek agriculturalists and oenologists. There are many ‘outside-the-box’ varieties to try at this winery for a surprising effect.

Giouli Estate, Klementi
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Yet another winemaker in one of Greece’s most famous wine regions.

Harlaftis Athanassiadis Wines, Achladia, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Harlaftis estate is one of the more respected Greek Wineries. The family has been in the wine business for 60 years. The Athanassiadi brand is a good everyday wine, while the Chateau Harlaftis is for more sophisticated palates.

Lafazanis Winery, Archaies Kleones, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Lafazanis family has had a love affair with wine since 1946. A modern facility that produces organic wines from the Agiorgitiko grape can be found in Nemea. The wines represent very good value for money.

Lafkiotis Winery, Archaies Kleones, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Beyond the local Agiorgitiko grape variety, the grapes produced here are sublime and the Lafkiotis Winery has many varieties to prove it.

Lake Stymphalia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Designated as a protected site for fauna and flora under the EU’s Natura 2000 programme, Lake Stymphalia is more of a wetlands area surrounded by lovely mountains.

Lantidis Estate, Xirokampos, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The fertile soil of the area inspired Panos Lantides to cultivate delicate grape varieties, using local grapes such as Agiorgitiko, Malagouzia, Moschofilero and Assyrtiko, as well as French varieties. Delicious wines!

Nemea and Aidonia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The region of Nemea, known more for its wine, also contains some ruins, a small sample of what remains of Ancient Nemea. A few columns from the temple of Zeus and some foundations, as well as parts of a palaestra and a stadium for the Pan-Hellenic games can be found. Aidonia near Nemea has remains of a Mycenean cemetery, while 4 kilometers from the village of Derveni there are remains of an ancient theatre.

Palivos Estate, Archaia Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Only 800 meters from the ruins of Ancient Nemea, the Palivou Estate is a small and hospitable winery established in the family owned vineyard. Visit the cellar where the 300 French and American oak barrels are located. (All year round)

Papaioannou Vineyards
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Thanasis Papaioannou is a wine pioneer who believes that “wine must maintain its unique characteristics” such as grape variety and procedures, cultivated in harmony to the ecosystem. Organic cultivation and wines!

Pirgakis Winery, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

A family-run estate with wonderful red and white wines made from local and foreign varieties of grapes, aged in French oak barrels. You’ll love exploring the cellars.

Sanctuary of Poseidon, Isthmia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

One of the most important Pan-Hellenic shrines in the country is the sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia (7th century BC) not far from the village of Kiravrisi where the Pan-Hellenic games took place every other year. There is also a museum that has many interesting objects, particularly the paintings on glass.

Semeli Winery and Guesthouse, Koutsi, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

This delightful Greek Winery, nestled among the rolling hills of Greek wine country, Nemea, has been around for 40 years. Semeli’s oenologists are on hand to tour the winery with you, from grape collection and vinification to bottling. The winery is open weekdays from 10 am to 4 pm, and by appointment on weekends. Definitely worth a visit!

Sikiona (Sicyon), near Kiato
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Not far from the coastal town of Kiato are the Hellenistic ruins of Sicyon or Sikiona. The ruins of the agora and a temple remain today, as well as the bouleuterion, stadium and theatre. The Roman baths have been restored and transformed into a museum.

Wine Cooperative of Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Hercules wines supposedly follow a 2,500-year tradition in the area’s winemaking. Try the Hercules red with cheeses, or the white with seafood and pastries.

Zacharias Vineyards (Oinotechniki), Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Agriculturist Elias Zacharias has been working with wine for almost 30 years. The first family vineyards were planted in 1960 on the slopes around the village of Leontio, Nemea. Come discover his wonderful wines on the Nemea-Petriou Road.

Acrocorinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Ancient Corinth also boasts archaeological ruins – mostly Roman and some Greek – at the foot of the huge rock, Acrocorinth. Walls, mosaics, reliefs and works of different civilizations are all present.

Archaeological Museum of Corinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Wander through Roman exhibits in 3 special showrooms and around the museum’s courtyard. The museum highlights the long history of Corinth starting from the Neolithic era until the Middle Ages.

Archaeological Museum of Isthmia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Right beside the site where many archaeological treasures were unearthed, this museum features all the finds and outstanding glass tableaus from 375 AD.

Archaeological Museum of Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Right on site, the museum focuses on finds of the area and sheds light on its history, complementing the site where sadly not much remains.

Nemea and Aidonia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The region of Nemea, known more for its wine, also contains some ruins, a small sample of what remains of Ancient Nemea. A few columns from the temple of Zeus and some foundations, as well as parts of a palaestra and a stadium for the Pan-Hellenic games can be found. Aidonia near Nemea has remains of a Mycenean cemetery, while 4 kilometers from the village of Derveni there are remains of an ancient theatre.

Sanctuary of Poseidon, Isthmia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

One of the most important Pan-Hellenic shrines in the country is the sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia (7th century BC) not far from the village of Kiravrisi where the Pan-Hellenic games took place every other year. There is also a museum that has many interesting objects, particularly the paintings on glass.

Sikiona (Sicyon), near Kiato
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Not far from the coastal town of Kiato are the Hellenistic ruins of Sicyon or Sikiona. The ruins of the agora and a temple remain today, as well as the bouleuterion, stadium and theatre. The Roman baths have been restored and transformed into a museum.

Acrocorinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Ancient Corinth also boasts archaeological ruins – mostly Roman and some Greek – at the foot of the huge rock, Acrocorinth. Walls, mosaics, reliefs and works of different civilizations are all present.

Cave near Lake Stymphalia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

There’s a cave near Lake Stymphalia full of flowstones and amazing stalactites.

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Archaeological Museum of Corinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Wander through Roman exhibits in 3 special showrooms and around the museum’s courtyard. The museum highlights the long history of Corinth starting from the Neolithic era until the Middle Ages.

Archaeological Museum of Isthmia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Right beside the site where many archaeological treasures were unearthed, this museum features all the finds and outstanding glass tableaus from 375 AD.

Archaeological Museum of Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Right on site, the museum focuses on finds of the area and sheds light on its history, complementing the site where sadly not much remains.

Folklore Museum of Corinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

This museum showcases silverwork, woodwork, embroidery, furniture, tools and more from the early 19th century to the 20th century. See male & female costumes from different parts of Greece, plus a library with books from the 17th-19th centuries.

Doxa Lake
Peloponnese / Korinthia

If Stymphalia doesn’t have much water, Lake Doxa is full of it. That’s because the lake was created artificially by damming the area. Looking quite natural, the lake is surrounded by pine and other forests against a backdrop of the Chelmos mountaintop (or Aroania). Noteworthy are the churches of Agios Fanourious and the monastery of Saint George which was moved to a higher location as the lake was developed in the 1990s. While there aren’t too many modern roads around it, there are plenty of hiking paths.

Lake Stymphalia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Designated as a protected site for fauna and flora under the EU’s Natura 2000 programme, Lake Stymphalia is more of a wetlands area surrounded by lovely mountains.

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Archaeological Museum of Corinth
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Wander through Roman exhibits in 3 special showrooms and around the museum’s courtyard. The museum highlights the long history of Corinth starting from the Neolithic era until the Middle Ages.

Doxa Lake
Peloponnese / Korinthia

If Stymphalia doesn’t have much water, Lake Doxa is full of it. That’s because the lake was created artificially by damming the area. Looking quite natural, the lake is surrounded by pine and other forests against a backdrop of the Chelmos mountaintop (or Aroania). Noteworthy are the churches of Agios Fanourious and the monastery of Saint George which was moved to a higher location as the lake was developed in the 1990s. While there aren’t too many modern roads around it, there are plenty of hiking paths.

Harlaftis Athanassiadis Wines, Achladia, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Harlaftis estate is one of the more respected Greek Wineries. The family has been in the wine business for 60 years. The Athanassiadi brand is a good everyday wine, while the Chateau Harlaftis is for more sophisticated palates.

Lafazanis Winery, Archaies Kleones, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Lafazanis family has had a love affair with wine since 1946. A modern facility that produces organic wines from the Agiorgitiko grape can be found in Nemea. The wines represent very good value for money.

Nemea and Aidonia
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The region of Nemea, known more for its wine, also contains some ruins, a small sample of what remains of Ancient Nemea. A few columns from the temple of Zeus and some foundations, as well as parts of a palaestra and a stadium for the Pan-Hellenic games can be found. Aidonia near Nemea has remains of a Mycenean cemetery, while 4 kilometers from the village of Derveni there are remains of an ancient theatre.

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Domaine Repanis, Xirokampos, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Using the well-known Agiorgitiko variety, the Repanis family matures its wines in oak barrels underground for an exquisite velvety wine. Located at the foot of the Panagia mountain and at the entrance of Nemea (ancient Greek city), the farm has a winery museum and a grand hall to host events.

Domaine Skouras, Malandreni, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

With amazing value for money, Domaine Skouras offers small quantities and great vintages to the visitor. This is just a few minutes away from Argos and the winemakers will greet you with hospitality.

Gaia Estate, Koutsi, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Gaia is said to explore Greek varieties to their limits, thanks to dedicated Greek agriculturalists and oenologists. There are many ‘outside-the-box’ varieties to try at this winery for a surprising effect.

Giouli Estate, Klementi
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Yet another winemaker in one of Greece’s most famous wine regions.

Harlaftis Athanassiadis Wines, Achladia, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Harlaftis estate is one of the more respected Greek Wineries. The family has been in the wine business for 60 years. The Athanassiadi brand is a good everyday wine, while the Chateau Harlaftis is for more sophisticated palates.

Lafazanis Winery, Archaies Kleones, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Lafazanis family has had a love affair with wine since 1946. A modern facility that produces organic wines from the Agiorgitiko grape can be found in Nemea. The wines represent very good value for money.

Lafkiotis Winery, Archaies Kleones, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Beyond the local Agiorgitiko grape variety, the grapes produced here are sublime and the Lafkiotis Winery has many varieties to prove it.

Lantidis Estate, Xirokampos, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The fertile soil of the area inspired Panos Lantides to cultivate delicate grape varieties, using local grapes such as Agiorgitiko, Malagouzia, Moschofilero and Assyrtiko, as well as French varieties. Delicious wines!

Palivos Estate, Archaia Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Only 800 meters from the ruins of Ancient Nemea, the Palivou Estate is a small and hospitable winery established in the family owned vineyard. Visit the cellar where the 300 French and American oak barrels are located. (All year round)

Papaioannou Vineyards
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Thanasis Papaioannou is a wine pioneer who believes that “wine must maintain its unique characteristics” such as grape variety and procedures, cultivated in harmony to the ecosystem. Organic cultivation and wines!

Pirgakis Winery, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

A family-run estate with wonderful red and white wines made from local and foreign varieties of grapes, aged in French oak barrels. You’ll love exploring the cellars.

Semeli Winery and Guesthouse, Koutsi, Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

This delightful Greek Winery, nestled among the rolling hills of Greek wine country, Nemea, has been around for 40 years. Semeli’s oenologists are on hand to tour the winery with you, from grape collection and vinification to bottling. The winery is open weekdays from 10 am to 4 pm, and by appointment on weekends. Definitely worth a visit!

Wine Cooperative of Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

The Hercules wines supposedly follow a 2,500-year tradition in the area’s winemaking. Try the Hercules red with cheeses, or the white with seafood and pastries.

Zacharias Vineyards (Oinotechniki), Nemea
Peloponnese / Korinthia

Agriculturist Elias Zacharias has been working with wine for almost 30 years. The first family vineyards were planted in 1960 on the slopes around the village of Leontio, Nemea. Come discover his wonderful wines on the Nemea-Petriou Road.