Peloponnese, the southest part of mainland Greece, enjoys summer and invites you to enjoy it too, with all your senses from early April until late October.
Swimming in crystalline seas, endless hours of relaxation on exotic beaches and secret coves. Walking through archaeological sites and paths that gaze out at the sea, tavernas on the waterfront, gorges with spring water, green paths and amazing nature all over it.
Peloponnese welcomes everyone!
The blue sea, the exotic beaches, the bright Aegean light, the hospitable locals, the unique architecture and the culture make Peloponnese an ideal holiday location.
It is a region drenched in sunlight, living by the sea year round!
Peloponnese is consisted of 7 regions, namely Achaia, Corinthia, Arkadia, Argolida, Lakonia, Messinia and Hleia.
The famous city of Corinth from the Ancient Times is the capital of Corinthia, where you can enjoy of course plenty of Archeological sites and the Archeological museum. Being in the most nothern part of Peloponnese it makes it an ideal place for hiking or biking around beautiful and colorful lakes and mountains. For those that love adrenaline, they can try themselves on the canal of Corinth, by jumping into water from the bridge which is 78m long.
The birth city of Olympic Games can be found in the region of Hleia. Who wouldn’t like to feel the atmosphere of the ancient Olympic Games in Ancient Olympia? Moreover, in this region you can find the only greek river with a feminine name, Neda river, which offers a magical hiking experience and swimming under the waterfalls. The unique Foloi forest, is a hidden secret of Peloponnese. It is consisted of 5.000.000 trees from 20 to 40 meters high. The forest in named after the centaur Folo, who lived there and was a close friend of Hercules. Its paths are easy and flat and thus it is ideal for hiking or biking.