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Monuments from every period of the eventful Peloponnesian history, great archeological sites such as ancient Olympia, Epidaurus, Mycenae and Tirynth, Byzantine churches, unique settlements and amazing castles, natural beauties such as mountains, forests, rivers and caves surrounded by the sea, beautiful beaches, sandy and smooth coasts on the west – rocky and dentelated on the east, make this part of Greek land ideal for holidays, touring, sports and connecting to the history and culture.

Islands in the Argosaronic Gulf: Small gems scattered over the sea Aegina, Agkistri, Spetses, Hydra, Poros, Salamina and the peninsula of Methana form the island complex of the Argosaronic Gulf in southern Greece. Sprinkled over the Argosaronic Gulf and steeped in ancient mythology, these islands are small havens in close proximity to Athens.

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Hydra stands out among the rest of the Saronic Gulf islands, because of its peculiar architecture. It is built amphitheatrically around the port, glamorous like an art paint of blue, grey and white.

There are some beautiful beaches, like Spilia and Palamidas, within walking distance from the port, but the best ones, such as Saint Nikolaos, can only be visited by boat. Like all Greek islands, Hydra is full of small paved alleys, cute little cafes, tavernas with wonderful sea food and local specialties, all overlooking the sea.

It is known for the peace and quite it offers all guests, as all kinds of motor vehicles are not allowed on the island and everyone uses donkeys or bicycles for their transportation!


Kyparissi is a small harbour on the Pelopones- sian Coast. It consists mainly of three small villages, Vrissi, Paralia and Metropolis. The village Vrissi devices its name from being the source of water for the whole town, with its springs.

Actually, the world Vrissi in Greek means "a water spring". It's a very picturesque village, with a main square, used as a parking place and one sole taverna.

The village Paralia, which means "beach" , offers a relax- ing atmosphere, clean blue waters with underwater springs and a beautiful landscape. These two villages have kept a lot of the traditional architecture and style.

Finally, the Metropolis village is the newest and more modern part of Kyparissi, but still holds on to some of the "old ways", with its two tavernas and the bakery that makes a delicious kind of Greek bread, called "choriatiko".


Kythera, like Cyprus, is one of the islands where possibly the ancient goddess Aphro- dite emerged from the sea, naked in a huge sea shell.

As Aphrodite was the goddess of love, we can assume the myth is correct. Kythera is fragranced with an erotic atmo- sphere in every bay and every alley. There is a variety of landscapes on this island.

On the north side, the scenery is very green, because of the numerous natural water springs. Visit the village of Milopotamos, with this Vene- tianCastle and its three spectacular caves. Follow the waterfall to one the island's most beautiful beaches, the Kalami bay.

On the south side, you will find Chora, Kythera's capital a picturesque town, lying just above the island's other famous beach, called Kapsalli. The whole island is a mixture of the traditional Cycladic style, with white-washed houses and colorful windows, combined with the wild nature of Greek mountains.


This small island is a true jewel! It has man- aged to keep its original style and authentic- ity and, although it attracts many tourists, it is still very pure and unspoiled. A real para- dise for nature lovers.

The beaches are very long, with sand that's almost white, giving you the sense of lying on top of sugar! The waters are crystalline, blue in some spots, emerald in others. It mainly attracts campers who enjoy free camping, however there are also numerous small apartments and rooms for rent.

This is the place to relax and to savor the peace and quiet of being in an environment as natural as in Elafonissos.


A Castle-city, a Vyzantine state, a city of stones...all of these descriptions are used when speaking about Monemvasia and they are all correct. Fortified with walls thicker than you could ever imagine, it is a whole world on its own. Entering Monemvasia is like entering a fairy tale.

The houses are built so close to each other, that they give the impression of being almost inside one another! They are all equipped with Venetian style chimney pots on their terracotta tiled roof tops. Donkeys are the most usual way to transfer luggage. The Vyzantine churches are dominantly spread all over this amazing place, which is amphitheatrically built on a pile of rocks.

The romantic atmosphere and the spectacular view, wherever you look, will take your breath away!


This Saronic island was originally named by the Venetians "Isola de Spezzie", meaning the island of Fragrances, due to the great variety of herbs growing there,. As time passed by, the name became Spetses. During the Greek Revolution in 1821, Spetses had a very important and influential role, because of the large fleet and because it was the birth place of the famous feminine admiral, Bouboulina. Her house still exists and operates as a museum, which is worth visiting.

Among other things, Spetses town is known for its two-storey neoclassical houses with wooden balconies and colorful walls. .the island is full of beautiful sandy beaches, like Agia Marina, Spetses town beach and Agia Para- skevi. If you happen to be there in September, you might have the chance to enjoy the Armata feast, one of the island's main attrac-tions.


Poros is a very green island, mostly full of pine trees. The capital , the town of Poros, is a beautiful place with neoclassical and Vene- tian style buildings, the island's most famous beach is the Love Bay, a scenic landscape
with crystal waters surrounded by lush green- ery. There are plenty of sandy beaches, famous for the clarity of their water, some of which you can visit on foot, others, like the well known Askeli beach, by boat. One of the best sights is the town Clock, which is situ- ated at the top of hill and offers the best panoramic view of the island! Poros is packed with small restaurants and cafes overlooking the sea and its serene atmosphere make it
ideal for strolls along the narrow alleys.


Since ancient times, Piraeus has been a post of great commercial and historical impor- tance. When Themistocles saw its potentials and built the Great Walls around the port, the city became more powerful than ever. In medieval times, Piraeus was known as Porto Leone, a name due to the enormous stone lion, which guarded the port's entrance. The life in Piraeus was always bonded with the
sea. Today, besides the main port visitors can enjoy walking along the two smaller
harbours of Marina Zea and Mikrolimano, which are full of small restaurants and pictur- esque cafes. A stroll among the beautiful old
houses of Kastella is also worth taking

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