Peloponnese is the most popular region of the Greek mainland in terms of tourism. The close distance to Athens, the beautiful resorts and the interesting sightseeing attract many visitors to Peloponnese Greece all year round. Historically, it has been the main field of action for Greece since the prehistoric times. In fact, it hosts the most important archaeological sites of Greece, including Olympia, Epidaurus and Mycenae. Surrounded by sea from all sides, the region provides amazing beaches. The most famous areas include Nafplion, Gythio, Monemvasia and Pylos. This Peloponnese travel guide will give you all the necessary information to organize your holiday.
Located on the southern side of the country, Peloponnese is the most popular region of the Greek mainland. This place, that geographically has the shape of a plane tree leaf, has many famous archaeological sites, seaside places, gorgeous beaches, castles and ski centers. In one word, it has everything for all season trips. Discover our Peloponnese travel guide and find out some of the best holiday destinations in Greece.
Peloponnese, in Greece, is a geographical area of mainland Greece, located on the southern side of the country. This region could be described as an island connected to the mainland in two spots: the Corinth Canal and the Bridge of Rio Antirio. Our Peloponnese guide will give you all the necessary information to understand this amazing place.
Here is our Peloponnese travel guide that we present with various destinations in the region. We present both summer and winter places, as well as important archaeological sites. For every lcoation, you can find out useful information, a large collection of photos and videos, detailed maps and list of the most interesting sights to visit. Many more destinations in Peloponnese Greece will be presented soon.
There are many hotels in Peloponnese, from self-catering apartments to luxurious resorts and boutique hotels. Very tourist developed places are Kalamata, Nafplion, Gythio and Killini, while great holiday destinations are also Monemvasia, Elafonissos and Porto Heli. Here are the accommodations that we suggest in Peloponnese, including hotels, villas and studios. Each accommodation is presented with photos, detailed text and Google map.
A region with its own life all year round and not only in tourist months, Peloponnese has many interesting towns and lovely villages to visit. Monemvasia is probably the most impressive town of Peloponnese, as it is actually a castle-town carved entirely against a rock and offering breathtaking view to the sea. Nafplion, Gythio and Pylos are lovely places with Medieval architecture and nice beach resorts. A drive around will also bring you to secluded villages in Mani or in the inland, attracting visitors with their authentic beauty. As the region is also a nice place for winter breaks, Kalavryta and the mountainous villages of Arkadia are the most popular winter destinations. View our travel guide of Peloponnese villages and find information about some of the most beautiful villages of Greece.
Surrounded by sea from all sides, Peloponnese is a place with fabulous beaches and crystal water. The most impressive beaches are found in Elafonissos, a small island with large sandy coves and exotic water. Nice beaches are also Mavrovouni in Gythio, Tolo in Nafplion and Voidokilia in Pylos. A drive around will also bring you to fabulous secluded places to enjoy your privacy. Very few beaches are extremely organized, the majority of the beaches have only few tourist facilities and an adorable relaxing atmosphere. View our travel guide of Peloponnese beaches and find information about some of the best beaches in Greece.