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Diving in Pavlopetri

Considered the world’s oldest submerged city, Pavlopetri lies just off the coast of Laconia and boasts much archaeological significance. It may be off limits to casual divers, although a team of experts from the University of Nottingham in Britain have been given permission to study it more closely. There are many other natural underwater treasures to be discovered!

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Aktaio Beach, Rio

Spanning 850 meters, this sandy beach was nominated as a blue flag one recently and varies in width between 20 and 40 meters. The municipality of Rio sometimes organizes events but also eco activities such as beach cleaning.

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Didyma caves

The caves at Didyma, so called in Greek, aren’t caves at all! They’re dolines, or big depressions in the ground with very interesting features. The small doline or ‘small cave’ can be reached from the Didyma bypass road where there’s a small parking area. There is a steep stairway dug into the ground that will take you into the doline.

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Erymanthos River

Spectacular canoeing and kayaking adventures take place on the Erymanthos (or Erymanthus) River during spring and summer. Those with experience may want to negotiate the Erymanthos gorge between Tripotama and Nemouta. Rafting is also possible.

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Finikounda Beach

Finikounda Beach: A 3 kilometre-long beach nominated for Blue Flag designation, and is somewhat on the windy side which makes it perfect for surfers and sea sports.

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Greek traditional costumes

Outlet and showroom with traditional greek costumes made by Nikos and Aspasia Dosaras, in Loutraki.

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Kalogria Beach, Larissos

Here’s a sandy beach that’s 80 kilometres long, located near a protected site under the Ramsar convention, not far from the Prokopos Lagoon and Strofilia forest. Sporting activities including windsurfing are available at this beach. If you rent a bike you can discover the natural area around.

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Karathona, Nafplio

Only two kilometres from the town of Nafplio, this one-kilometre beach is accessible by public bus, car or boat from the little port of Nafplio. This is an organized beach so expect many people in the high season. Luckily, it is also a Blue Flag beach meaning it’s quite clean. Respect for the environment is important for this beach community. Sports facilities and restaurants are available too. Remember, opt for the more eco-friendly sporting activities.

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Kourouta Beach, Amaliada

This 20-kilometer sandy beach might be in a populated area but is very clean, dotted with trees and shrubs nearby. Water sports abound, so do eco-activities such as cycling races, hiking in the Marathia forest and more.

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Pefkias Beach, Sikyonion

The 200-metre Pefkias beach of Kato Diminio attracts many tourists in summer visitors, especially in the summer. It’s attractiveness lies in the fact that pine trees are growing very close to the beach. You can rent bicycles from sports facilities near the beach.

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Porto Heli/Hinitsa, Kranidi

This is one of the greenest and nicest parts of Argolida and the Peloponnese in general. The island of Chinitsa or Hinitsa covers this sandy beach nicely. Umbrellas and deckchairs are present.

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Rug weaving in Laconia

In Geraki, the women have been weaving the famous Geraki rugs since Ottoman rule. These rugs have had acclaim since their prize-winning days at the Vienna World Fair in 1873 and the Athens World Fair in 1888. For more information or to order: +30 27310 71432, 71261, 71369

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Mainalo mountain

Across a large part of the Mainalo mountain range, there is the ski centre of Ostrakina, at an altitude of 1600 meters. It has eight slopes, some of which are considered challenging to negotiate. Three sliding one-seat lifts and one baby lift take skiers to the slopes. Onsite there is a snowboard park with a jump slope and a skiing/snowboarding school. There is also a store to rent ski equipment. This is the closest ski resort to Athens, with daily bus transfers from the capital in winter. Note that the European Path E4 passes from Ostrakina too. The resort is only 29 kilometres away from Tripoli and very close to the village of Kardaras.

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Kalavrita ski resort

The Kalavrita ski resort is considered the second largest in Greece, located on Mount Chelmos (or Helmos) among fir trees and a rocky alpine landscape, hovering between 1,700 meters and 2,340 meters. It is also one of the most organized ski centres in the country with 12 ski runs spread over 20 kilometres, along with two chair lifts and five ski lifts. For advanced skiers, the Styga runs are considered quite challenging and particularly attractive.

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Thermal Springs, Loutraki

The waters here are famous for their curative properties, and the hot springs under the Mediterranean sky will relax and amaze you at the same time.

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Voedokilia Beach

North of Navarino with an amazing shore and blue, shallow waters, considered one of the finest beaches in the country. Beside the beach there is the salk lake of Divari in the Gialova area, considered a habitat for aquatic and bird life.

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Erymanthos River

Spectacular canoeing and kayaking adventures take place on the Erymanthos (or Erymanthus) River during spring and summer. Those with experience may want to negotiate the Erymanthos gorge between Tripotama and Nemouta. Rafting is also possible.

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Peneios lake

The artificial Peneios lake, which is always calm, provides the perfect place for canoeing and kayaking. It is also a wetland with an interesting variety of birds. Visit the small villages of Souli, Xenies, Roupakia and Agrapidochori for an intimate experience with local culture.

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Cave of Hermes

The Cave of Hermes near the winter sport centre Ziria is supposed to be where Hermes hid the golden cows stolen from Apollo, his brother. Head to the cave of Mercury on the west bank of Flabouritsa, full of chambers and multi-coloured stalactites. You will need the required equipment to explore it fully.

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Cave of Lakes, Kastria

This is a huge cave by any standards and the largest in the area, lying some 17 kilometers south of Kalavrita and barely 2 kilometers from Kleitoria. With an stunningly enchanting entrance and three different levels the cave looks almost otherworldly, complete with haunting galleries and hanging formations.

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Cave of Lovers

Near the beach of Tigani on the coast of Tyros-Sapounakeika, there’s the Cave of Lovers which can only be by a beautiful boat ride. It is also rich in colours with many stalagmites and stalactites.

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Didyma caves

The caves at Didyma, so called in Greek, aren’t caves at all! They’re dolines, or big depressions in the ground with very interesting features. The small doline or ‘small cave’ can be reached from the Didyma bypass road where there’s a small parking area. There is a steep stairway dug into the ground that will take you into the doline.

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Diving in Pavlopetri

Considered the world’s oldest submerged city, Pavlopetri lies just off the coast of Laconia and boasts much archaeological significance. It may be off limits to casual divers, although a team of experts from the University of Nottingham in Britain have been given permission to study it more closely. There are many other natural underwater treasures to be discovered!

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Mainalo mountain

Across a large part of the Mainalo mountain range, there is the ski centre of Ostrakina, at an altitude of 1600 meters. It has eight slopes, some of which are considered challenging to negotiate. Three sliding one-seat lifts and one baby lift take skiers to the slopes. Onsite there is a snowboard park with a jump slope and a skiing/snowboarding school. There is also a store to rent ski equipment. This is the closest ski resort to Athens, with daily bus transfers from the capital in winter. Note that the European Path E4 passes from Ostrakina too. The resort is only 29 kilometres away from Tripoli and very close to the village of Kardaras.

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Kalavrita ski resort

The Kalavrita ski resort is considered the second largest in Greece, located on Mount Chelmos (or Helmos) among fir trees and a rocky alpine landscape, hovering between 1,700 meters and 2,340 meters. It is also one of the most organized ski centres in the country with 12 ski runs spread over 20 kilometres, along with two chair lifts and five ski lifts. For advanced skiers, the Styga runs are considered quite challenging and particularly attractive.

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Loutra (baths) of Irea

The Loutra (baths) of the village of Irea near ancient Irea and the municipality by the same name has become an important healing centre. Hot springs with sulphurous waters here have been known to treat ailments like rheumatism, arthritis, liver problems, circulatory ailments, nervous-system disorders, gynaecological problems and many others. There is also a hydrotherapeutic centre at the village open from mid june to mid October, with luxury-level baths and cabins, including hydromassage facilities. To reach the area head there from Dimitsana and Ilia through the Pyrgos-Tripoli highway, via Ladonas bridge near Charitzinou. You will find the village 12 kilometers southwest of Paloumba.

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Thermal Springs, Loutraki

The waters here are famous for their curative properties, and the hot springs under the Mediterranean sky will relax and amaze you at the same time.

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Aktaio Beach, Rio

Spanning 850 meters, this sandy beach was nominated as a blue flag one recently and varies in width between 20 and 40 meters. The municipality of Rio sometimes organizes events but also eco activities such as beach cleaning.

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Alyki Beach, Aigio

A pebbly beach that’s one kilometre long, Alyki or Aliki is about 10 meters wide and features many trees around. Importantly, there is a wetland only 500 meters away, attracting over 230 species of birds every year. The area falls under the Natura 2000 network. No sports facilities are available at this beach.

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Aristonafton Beach, Xylokastro

About 800 meters of coastline await visitors with pine trees and flowers that resist the salt (Cacile maritime and Mathiola Tricuspidata).

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Chrani Beach

Chrani Beach: crystal waters, olive trees and vineyards dotting the coastline, with several beach cafes.

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Digeliotika Beach, Aigio

This 2-kilometre beach is quiet, clean and pebbly. It Is 15 metres wide with different types of trees growing nearby.

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Finikounda Beach

Finikounda Beach: A 3 kilometre-long beach nominated for Blue Flag designation, and is somewhat on the windy side which makes it perfect for surfers and sea sports.

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Gargaliani Beach

Gargaliani Beach: Golden sandy beach that’s very clean and with natural beauty, only 7 kilometres away from the healing springs of Vromoneri.

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Kalamata Beach

Kalamata Beach: Right next to the city yet with very clean water, awarded the Blue Flag in Europe. Many cafes, shops and restaurants along the beach.

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Kalogria Beach, Larissos

Here’s a sandy beach that’s 80 kilometres long, located near a protected site under the Ramsar convention, not far from the Prokopos Lagoon and Strofilia forest. Sporting activities including windsurfing are available at this beach. If you rent a bike you can discover the natural area around.

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Karathona, Nafplio

Only two kilometres from the town of Nafplio, this one-kilometre beach is accessible by public bus, car or boat from the little port of Nafplio. This is an organized beach so expect many people in the high season. Luckily, it is also a Blue Flag beach meaning it’s quite clean. Respect for the environment is important for this beach community. Sports facilities and restaurants are available too. Remember, opt for the more eco-friendly sporting activities.

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Kastro/Chrysi Akti

Located in Kastro Kyllinis this clean sandy beach boasts different fauna and flora. It is home to the Robinson Club Kyllini which offers water sports, including wind-surfing and catamarans. Mountain biking is also offered. The resort is eco-friendly, and there is also a camping site nearby.

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Kosta Beach, Kranidi

This is somewhat of a resort beach designated with a Blue Flag, where environmental education is part of its philosophy. Portoheli is only 5 kilometres away from here and allows you to rent bicycles. You’ll be facing the lovely island of Spetses here.

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Kourouta Beach, Amaliada

This 20-kilometer sandy beach might be in a populated area but is very clean, dotted with trees and shrubs nearby. Water sports abound, so do eco-activities such as cycling races, hiking in the Marathia forest and more.

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Kryfi Akti Isthmias in Korinthos

Kryfi Akti Isthmias in Korinthos (the name means ‘hidden coast’). On the road of Diminio, Milissi, Sikia and Xilokastro, there are coasts with little coves and bays that offer more secluded swimming.

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Kyllini Golden Beach

These coastlines boast kilometres of fine white sand with clear, azure waters.

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Lakkopetra, Larissos

Lying between Araxos and Kato Achaia here’s a 500-meter beach with mixed sand and pebbles. To the north lies the popular beach of Mavri Miti or ‘Black Nose’ which has amazing find sand and great views of Mesolongi.

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Loutra Kyllinis 1, Kastro Kyllinis

This sandy beach – about two kilometres in length – is dominated by the Grecotel Olympia Riviera Oasis Hotel. The Grecotel hotel chain is known to be environmentally aware. Water sports and bicycle renting are available

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Loutra Kyllinis 2, Kastro Kyllinis

Another blue flag beach with sandy shores and clean beaches. Please keep in mind the importance of maintaining the beaches clean, and leaving it in better shape than they were (e.g. go ahead and pick up any leftover trash).

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Loutraki 1 and Loutraki 2

Loutraki 1 and Loutraki 2, Loutraki Perachora: The beach of Loutraki is quite popular with Greek tourists during summer and can get very crowded.

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Melissi Beach, Xylokastro

Only 5 kilometres away from the resort of Xylokastro near the village of Melissi, this pebbly beach is home to specific trees that don’t mind the salty environment and in fact thrive in it.

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Pefkias Beach, Sikyonion

The 200-metre Pefkias beach of Kato Diminio attracts many tourists in summer visitors, especially in the summer. It’s attractiveness lies in the fact that pine trees are growing very close to the beach. You can rent bicycles from sports facilities near the beach.

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Pefkias, Xylokastro

About 1.8 kilometres in length, this is a pebble beach also with pines and some flowers that are salt-resistant. Many birds, sparrows and sea-gulls frequent the area.

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Plepi/Porto Hydra, Ermioni

This is a very popular beach not far from the village of Thermissia, even if the area is not that tourist oriented and there aren’t much beach facilities. Crystal waters and lovely shores await the visitor.

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Porto Heli/Hinitsa, Kranidi

This is one of the greenest and nicest parts of Argolida and the Peloponnese in general. The island of Chinitsa or Hinitsa covers this sandy beach nicely. Umbrellas and deckchairs are present.

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Pounta Beach, Diakopto

Pounta beach is a clean, attractive beach with pebbles in the Municipality of Diakopto. It is 800 meters long and a full 30 meters wide. Eucalyptus, heather and pine trees dot the beach, which also offers a couple of cafes and restaurants.

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Rizomylos

Not far from this village which is being excavated to find remains of an ancient city, there is a clean beach that is popular with local tourists.

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Stoupa beach

Stoupa beach: Another very clean sandy beach, located in Stoupa.

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Sykia Beach, Xylokastro

Sykia Beach, Xylokastro: Situated in the village Sykia some three kilometres away from Xylokastro, this pebbly beach also has trees which thrive in salty water.

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Voedokilia Beach

North of Navarino with an amazing shore and blue, shallow waters, considered one of the finest beaches in the country. Beside the beach there is the salk lake of Divari in the Gialova area, considered a habitat for aquatic and bird life.

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Vrahati beach

Very close to the road yet very clean with pebbles, around 200 metres long. No water sports, so less populated.

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Zacharo Beach, Zacharo

A sandy beach that is long, clean and magnificent. There are many small hotels of different categories around.

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Zaga Beach

Zaga Beach: Starting from Koroni castle and connecting to Memi beach, it goes as far as Vasilitsi and the stunning beach of Faneromenis Kalamakiou. The Zaga-Memi area is naturally beautiful and attracts breeding for the Careta Careta turtle.

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Diving in Pavlopetri

Considered the world’s oldest submerged city, Pavlopetri lies just off the coast of Laconia and boasts much archaeological significance. It may be off limits to casual divers, although a team of experts from the University of Nottingham in Britain have been given permission to study it more closely. There are many other natural underwater treasures to be discovered!

Find Out More

Aktaio Beach, Rio

Spanning 850 meters, this sandy beach was nominated as a blue flag one recently and varies in width between 20 and 40 meters. The municipality of Rio sometimes organizes events but also eco activities such as beach cleaning.

Find Out More

Didyma caves

The caves at Didyma, so called in Greek, aren’t caves at all! They’re dolines, or big depressions in the ground with very interesting features. The small doline or ‘small cave’ can be reached from the Didyma bypass road where there’s a small parking area. There is a steep stairway dug into the ground that will take you into the doline.

Find Out More

Erymanthos River

Spectacular canoeing and kayaking adventures take place on the Erymanthos (or Erymanthus) River during spring and summer. Those with experience may want to negotiate the Erymanthos gorge between Tripotama and Nemouta. Rafting is also possible.

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Finikounda Beach

Finikounda Beach: A 3 kilometre-long beach nominated for Blue Flag designation, and is somewhat on the windy side which makes it perfect for surfers and sea sports.

Find Out More

Greek traditional costumes

Outlet and showroom with traditional greek costumes made by Nikos and Aspasia Dosaras, in Loutraki.

Find Out More

Kalogria Beach, Larissos

Here’s a sandy beach that’s 80 kilometres long, located near a protected site under the Ramsar convention, not far from the Prokopos Lagoon and Strofilia forest. Sporting activities including windsurfing are available at this beach. If you rent a bike you can discover the natural area around.

Find Out More

Karathona, Nafplio

Only two kilometres from the town of Nafplio, this one-kilometre beach is accessible by public bus, car or boat from the little port of Nafplio. This is an organized beach so expect many people in the high season. Luckily, it is also a Blue Flag beach meaning it’s quite clean. Respect for the environment is important for this beach community. Sports facilities and restaurants are available too. Remember, opt for the more eco-friendly sporting activities.

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Kourouta Beach, Amaliada

This 20-kilometer sandy beach might be in a populated area but is very clean, dotted with trees and shrubs nearby. Water sports abound, so do eco-activities such as cycling races, hiking in the Marathia forest and more.

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Pefkias Beach, Sikyonion

The 200-metre Pefkias beach of Kato Diminio attracts many tourists in summer visitors, especially in the summer. It’s attractiveness lies in the fact that pine trees are growing very close to the beach. You can rent bicycles from sports facilities near the beach.

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Porto Heli/Hinitsa, Kranidi

This is one of the greenest and nicest parts of Argolida and the Peloponnese in general. The island of Chinitsa or Hinitsa covers this sandy beach nicely. Umbrellas and deckchairs are present.

Find Out More

Rug weaving in Laconia

In Geraki, the women have been weaving the famous Geraki rugs since Ottoman rule. These rugs have had acclaim since their prize-winning days at the Vienna World Fair in 1873 and the Athens World Fair in 1888. For more information or to order: +30 27310 71432, 71261, 71369

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Mainalo mountain

Across a large part of the Mainalo mountain range, there is the ski centre of Ostrakina, at an altitude of 1600 meters. It has eight slopes, some of which are considered challenging to negotiate. Three sliding one-seat lifts and one baby lift take skiers to the slopes. Onsite there is a snowboard park with a jump slope and a skiing/snowboarding school. There is also a store to rent ski equipment. This is the closest ski resort to Athens, with daily bus transfers from the capital in winter. Note that the European Path E4 passes from Ostrakina too. The resort is only 29 kilometres away from Tripoli and very close to the village of Kardaras.

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Kalavrita ski resort

The Kalavrita ski resort is considered the second largest in Greece, located on Mount Chelmos (or Helmos) among fir trees and a rocky alpine landscape, hovering between 1,700 meters and 2,340 meters. It is also one of the most organized ski centres in the country with 12 ski runs spread over 20 kilometres, along with two chair lifts and five ski lifts. For advanced skiers, the Styga runs are considered quite challenging and particularly attractive.

Find Out More

Thermal Springs, Loutraki

The waters here are famous for their curative properties, and the hot springs under the Mediterranean sky will relax and amaze you at the same time.

Find Out More

Voedokilia Beach

North of Navarino with an amazing shore and blue, shallow waters, considered one of the finest beaches in the country. Beside the beach there is the salk lake of Divari in the Gialova area, considered a habitat for aquatic and bird life.

Find Out More

Cave of Lakes, Kastria

This is a huge cave by any standards and the largest in the area, lying some 17 kilometers south of Kalavrita and barely 2 kilometers from Kleitoria. With an stunningly enchanting entrance and three different levels the cave looks almost otherworldly, complete with haunting galleries and hanging formations.

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Messinia Diving

Plenty of beaches and diving opportunities will enthral divers across the Messinian coast, particularly the gulf of Messinia which boasts impressive underwater caves of with wonderful colours.

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Greek traditional costumes

Outlet and showroom with traditional greek costumes made by Nikos and Aspasia Dosaras, in Loutraki.

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Rug weaving in Laconia

In Geraki, the women have been weaving the famous Geraki rugs since Ottoman rule. These rugs have had acclaim since their prize-winning days at the Vienna World Fair in 1873 and the Athens World Fair in 1888. For more information or to order: +30 27310 71432, 71261, 71369

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Palaiokastro castle

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Palamidi

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Paleologos Castle

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Piana castle

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Pontikokastro

Peloponnese / Ilia
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Tavia Castle

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Tolo Medieval Castle

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Agia Theodora of Vasta

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Agios Giorgos, Skala

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Avgo Monastery

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Ayia Moni

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Ayii Anargiri

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Churches in Meligalas

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Kalami Monastery

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Monastery of Kandila

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Monastery of Vlasia

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Monastery of Voulkano

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Mystras

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Taxiarches Monastery

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Astros Museum

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Folk Museum of Manari

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Folk Museum of Piana

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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War Museum, Tripoli

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Doxa Lake

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Kalamia Forest

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Kotychi Lagoon

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Lake Stymphalia

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Lake Tsivlou

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Loussios gorge

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Mount Mainalo

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Neda river

Peloponnese / Messinia
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North Mount Parnon

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Polylimnio

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Ridomo gorge

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Riparian forest

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Viros gorge

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Vouraika Gorge

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Zarouchla Forest

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Achaia Clauss

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Agia Theodora of Vasta

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Alieis

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Aliki/Egio

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Ancient Figaleia

Peloponnese / Ilia
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Ancient Lousoi

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Ancient Messene

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Avgo Monastery

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Bourtzi, Nafplio

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Castle of Mystras

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Chlemoutsi Castle

Peloponnese / Ilia
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Diros Caves

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Doxa Lake

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Fortress at Rio

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Kapsia Cave

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Kazarma bridge

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Lake Tsivlou

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Larissa Acropolis

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Loussios gorge

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Mani Lighthouse

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Menelaion at Sparta

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Monemvasia

Peloponnese / Laconia
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Mycenae

Peloponnese / Argolida
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Nemea and Aidonia

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Niokastro at Pylos

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Olympia

Peloponnese / Ilia
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Polylimnio

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Aliki/Egio

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Achaia Clauss

Peloponnese / Achaia
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Brintziki Estate

Peloponnese / Ilia
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Domaine Spyropoulos

Peloponnese / Arkadia
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Giouli Estate, Klementi

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Inomessiniaki Winery

Peloponnese / Messinia
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Papaioannou Vineyards

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Pirgakis Winery, Nemea

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Wine Cooperative of Nemea

Peloponnese / Korinthia
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Ilia Peloponnese
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