Olympia, Epidaurus, Mycenae and Tiryns (Tiryntha)

The Peloponnese is fast evolving into one of the most eclectic and multifaceted destinations in the Mediterranean, with myriad developments boosting its international reputation. The Peloponnese is a Greek destination for all seasons, with a rich history and landscape. Destinations of authentic natural beauty, each with their own distinctive characteristics, stand eager to welcome you all year long: Messinia, Pylos, Kalamata, Kardamyli, Elafonisos, Monemvasia, Mani, Porto Heli, and Nafplio.

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East Peloponnese


Spetses, Nafplio, Astros, Tyros, Leonidio/Plaka, Kiparissi, Yerakas

Heading south from Athens, we'll encounter destinations such as Spetses, Nafplio, Astros, Tyro and Leonidio/Plaka, Kiparissi, fjord of Yerakas, picturesque fishing villages that we approach, with views of the Myrtos Sea. A little before we reach the southernmost edge of the eastern Peloponnese, you'll face the Monemvasia rock.

The eastern Peloponnese coast south west of Poros is a spectacular mountainous wall stretching south-south east from Astros to the towering Cape Malea. It is rugged, wild and sparsely inhabited, with only seven small harbours in sixty miles of coast. Down here, in the provinces of Arcadia and Lakonia you see the same untouched scenery as Odysseus.

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South Pelponnese


Mani, Elafonisos and Kythera

On the other hand heading south and east from homeport Kalamata, we'll encounter even more unique and unspoiled destinations such as Kardamili, Limeni, magnificent Diros caves, Gerolimenas, the pirate den Porto Kagio, port of Githeio, the seductive Elafonisos, the island of Goddess Aphrodite Kythera.

All quiet places, off the beaten track, paradise of silence and water. In conclusion this part of Greece is very different to anything else you have ever seen before. It's not just the stone houses, the winding roads, the crystal clear sea water and the ambiance. It's also the actual terrain, with the low bushes, the dry rocks and the dramatic views.

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Soutwest Pelponnese - Western Messinia


Pylos, Methoni, Finikounta, Koroni, Kalamata

World famous beaches, historic castles, Mycenaean palaces, an important wetland and princely hospitality - all packaged in an ideal sailing holiday destination Greek summer at its finest: beautiful beaches, quaint fishing villages, endless olive groves, coastal and mountain trails with glorious views in Western Messinia. Local organic products and gastronomy taste tours. And beyond that: ancient civilisations, Mycenaean palaces and the Gialova wetland, the only one of its kind in Greece. You'll go hiking at Paleokastro, walk around the ruins at Neokastro and at the Methoni and Koroni Venetian castles, followed by a lovely lunch or dinner on board on an all day or overnight private anchorage place within the peace and the tranquility of crystal clear water bay. A night sky full of bright stars, away from city lights, is the pay off of the trip.

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Ionian Islands


Zakynthos, Lefkada, Kefalonia, Ithaki

Exploring the Ionian Islands in the months either side of high summer gives you the opportunity to enjoy every one of those incredible colours in ways you've never imagined. You might have heard about the Blue Caves or the shipwreck of Zakynthos... but we bet you've never approached them by a Sailing Catamaran! Exploring Zante in the months either side of summer is the perfect excuse to get active on holiday, whether that means exploring the coastline, strapping on a set of aqualungs (the caves of Lake Keri are a must for diving exploration!), or getting a mountain bike and heading for the hills. But possibly the most rewarding activity is on foot, hiking to the top of Vrachionas, 756 metres above sea level. You'll love the sleepy village of Gyri two-thirds of the way up, but the real treat is the 360-degree view at the top.

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Athens / Saronic Gulf


Aegina, Agistri, Hydra and Poros

The Peloponnese's east shoreline and the islands dotting the Argolic & Saronic Gulf waters are popular tourist destinations in close proximity to Athens. Salamina, Aegina, Agistri, Poros, Hydra, and Spetses can offer their visitors memorable experiences that include views of beautiful land & seascapes, impressive archaeological sites, museums, stately homes, picturesque villages and wonderful beaches.

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Cyclades Islands


Santorini, Mykonos, Syros, Andros, Serifos, Milos, Tinos, Amorgos, Paros, Naxos and Sifnos

Cyclades islands are the Aegean's most precious gems. Whether you're travelling with family or friends, you're bound to find your summer paradise in the sun among the Cyclades islands.

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Dodecanese Islands


Rhodes, Kos, Astypalea, Patmos, Karpathos, Kalymnos, Nisyros, Symi and Kastelorizo

A cluster of islands at the southeastern edge of the Aegean that includes Rhodes and Kos, the Dodecanese islands form a bridge between Europe and the East. Whichever of the Dodecanese islands you go to, you'll find traces of peoples and cultures that have made their mark over the centuries: Ionians, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Ottomans and Italians. Each island has its own character and all offer opportunities for relaxation, sightseeing, adventure and great food - with a backdrop of beautiful beaches.

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Sporades Islands


Skiathos, Skopelos and Skopelos

Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos, three lush green islands with wonderful beaches. Skiathos is home to Koukounaries, one of the most beautiful beaches in the area, and Skopelos is where “Mamma Mia” was filmed. On Alonissos' hiking trails, you will explore the beauty of unspoiled nature and, around it, the Sporades islands' famous marine park.

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