Peloponnese GuidePeloponnese is a region in south Greece. Originally a peninsula connected to the rest of the country by the Isthmus of Corinth, it is now cut off from the mainland by the narrow Corinth Canal, spanned by bridges connecting Peloponnese to Attica across the canal. HotelsFind hotels in Nafplion, Patras, Kalamata, Gialova, Aroniadika and more.
Popular in PeloponneseNafplioNafplio is a small town in Peloponnese. Many times it is also referenced as Nauplio, Nauplia or Nafplia. PatraPatras is the third largest urban conglomeration of Greece. It is the capital of the Prefecture of Achaia on the Peloponnese and the western gateway into the country, thanks to numerous ferry connections with Italy. KalamataKalamata is one of the most fortunate cities in Greece, mostly thanks to its geographic position.
In PeloponnesePylosTop 10 things to see in and around Pylos The area of Pylos has a variety of landscapes to visit, with their own marvelous geomorphological history. KythiraKythira is an island in the Peloponnese. History, since 4000 BC until today. Kythira referred to Orphic, as the Kythirian goddess nurse of love. ArcadiaArcadia is one of the peripheral units of Greece. It is part of the periphery of Peloponnese. KoroniKoroni is a small town in the Peloponnese region of Greece. Koroni has an imposing Venetian castle,a harbour well sheltered from all but Northerlies which is home to a number of fishing boats. CorinthFor the New World town of the same name, see Corinth Corinth or Korinth is one of the oldest towns of Peloponnese, a port and the capital of the homonym prefecture. ErmioniErmioni, sometimes Hermione, is a city in the Peloponnese. Ermioni administratively belongs to the Prefecture of Argolis. LoutrakiLoutraki is a city in the Corinth Region of the Peloponnese. Loutraki is only 80 km or one hour away from Athens and Athens Airport, just west from the Corinth Canal. OlympiaOlympia is a town and UNESCO World Heritage Site in Peloponnese, Greece. This was the site of the original Olympic Games from 776 BC. ToloTolon is a village in Greece on the Peloponnese peninsula. Although it is a relatively new addition to the map by Greek standards, its modern history starting in 1830, the area where it is situated and its surroundings go back much further. VoidokiliaThe Bay of Voidokilia is near Pylos. To get to the bay is not that easy if you don't have your own means of transport. KylliniKyllini is the westernmost port town in the Peloponnese, Greece. This small town is the ferry port linking the Ionian Islands of Zakynthos and Kefalonia with the Greek mainland. MethanaMethana is located in Greece, with highly interesting of archaeological monuments, Byzantine churches, lovely villages and imposing a "dormant" volcano. ElafonisosElafonisos is an island in the Peloponnese region and Laconia Greece. The island is a tiny spot between the famous island chain of Kythira (Kythira and Antikythira complex and south of Neapolis in Lakonia region of Peloponnese. MycenaeMycenae is a town in the Peloponnese, Greece. It's home to the ancient Acropolis of Mycenae. ArgosArgos is a town in the Peloponnese, Greece. It's of the most ancient settlements in Europe still inhabited. SpartaSparta is the administrative capital of Laconia Prefecture, Greece. At the decree of King Otto of Greece, the present day city of Sparta was built in 1834 near the site of the original city. NemeaNimea is an ancient site in Peloponnese. The place of first labour of Hercules: here he killed the Nemean Lion. LoggosLoggos is a small town in the Peloponnese region of Greece. EpidaurusA town in the area of Argolida. Population 1935. By the sea, named after the area hosting the famous ancient theater, which actually is near the Lygourio town area.
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