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Nafplio is a must destination all year round and offers a wide variety of stylish accommodation for your stay either in the city or in the surrounding areas. It has a rich history and world-class monuments and heritage, such as the ancient theater and the Asklepieion of Epidaurus, Palamidi, Bourtzi, Franchthi Cave and Koilada of Ermionida. The historical city of Argos is ideal for those who love art and culture.

The ancient theater of Argos with a capacity of about 20,000 spectators at its years of prosperity constitutes one of the biggest ancient theaters of the Greek world. Argos and its surrounding area offer visitors high-quality accommodation thanks to the hotels which are available in the city. In villages near Argos, such as Kiveri and Xeropigado, there are beautiful beaches ideal for the summer months.

Welcome to Tolo! An old fishing village, Tolo is spread out along a lovely beach and its inhabitants are renowned for their hospitality. In its sparking sea you will be able to enjoy swimming, fishing and every kind of water sport.

Accommodation in Tolo as well as your entertainment, Tolo boasts many hotels and furnished apartments, not to mention a great variety of bars, discos, tavernas, bouzouki clubs, cafes and other family-run businesses that offer the homely hospitality that has come to characterise the place.

Epidaurus is a historic area of Argolida on the east side of the prefecture. The seaside and cosmic Palea Epidaurus with the beautiful lacy beaches became vivid thanks to the performances of the ancient theater whilst nowadays the pier hosts tens of yachts and sailboats which moor there every summer.

A picturesque town with bright insular colors built next to a piney cape. Ermioni has 2,562 inhabitants. It is about 84 km SE from Nafplio. Kranidi is a city of the Prefecture of Argolida and located on the southeastern tip of the Peloponnese.

It was designated capital of Ermionida Province in 1841. The city communicates by the sea with Piraeus and the islands of the Saronic Gulf through the ports of Ermioni and Porto Heli.