A wonderful destination, full of priceless historical sites

Either in winter or in summer you can stroll through the quaint streets of Psaromachala, Syntagma Square which looks untouched by the years, but also strolls in Palamidi, Roloi (the Clock) and Akronafplia, Bourtzi, Trianon, Vouleftiko (Palia Vouli), the Lion of Bavarians!

Argos, a place with inexhaustible archaeological wealth, hosts the great ancient theater within the city and the barracks of Kapodistrias. However, Argos is not only famous for these monuments but for tens of attractions which are scattered throughout the municipality.

For many centuries, this glorious land of Mycenae existed only in the imagination of poetry lovers. However, in 1876 Heinrich Schliemann having the epics of Homer as his “compass”, stepped on this historical earth and uncovered the palaces of Atreides and the glorious Mycenaean civilization in Greece during 1600 to 1100 BC.

The most famous attraction in Epidaurus is the ancient Theatre. It is famous for its architecture, acoustics and symmetry. Mostly known sights are the Asklepieion of Epidaurus and the archaeological site.

For many years, Tolo has been a popular tourist resort thanks to its enviable geographical location, sheltered beach, warm waters and golden sands. Tolo was originally a fishing village and hosts some of the last “hand crafted” sloops in Gr

Starting from the Monastery of Agioi Anargyroi – at a 2 km distance from Ermioni – the visitor will admire the Byzantine icons and will have the opportunity to drink water from the cistern. Caves that were created in the rocks by the passage of time, dense vegetation and a small bridge that leads to the pinewoods with the running waters will compensate the explorer.