Destinations in Peloponnese, Greece

Second-largest Peloponnese city, famous for the production of olives & olive oil, as well as for the world-class tourist resort Costa Navarino.

Contemporary coastal city that is located close to the homonymous 6-kilometer canal that separates Peloponnese from the Greek mainland.

Its well-preserved architectural character and its historical monuments compose a charming, aristocratic, and romantic atmosphere.

Built amphitheatrically at the west coast of the Laconic Gulf, it stands for its colorful neoclassic mansions and its island atmosphere.

The greatest sanctuary dedicated to the cult of the god of medicine Asklepios that hosts the most well-preserved and beautiful ancient theater.