Zahlorou is a traditional village located at an altitude of about 640 m, in the Greek region of Peloponnese. This destination offers the chance to enjoy a very peaceful and calm environment, full of beautiful natural landscapes, trees, green areas, and charming houses which cause it to have a very unique and picturesque appearance.Continue reading The village of Zahlorou
There are many sights and tourist attractions to visit as a tourist travelling to Peloponnese in Greece.
One popular sight is the ancient city of Olympia, which was the site of the first Olympic Games.
Other popular sights include the archaeological sites of Mycenae and Tiryns, the medieval town of Mystras, and the beautiful beaches of the Gulf of Corinth.
There are also many activities to enjoy in Peloponnese, such as hiking, cycling, and swimming. No matter what your interests are, you can find something to enjoy in Peloponnese.
Meeting the town of Loutraki
Loutraki is a very appealing destination which offers an important variety of tourist options suitable for different ages and preferences. This Greek destination offers not only historical spots and antique constructions, but also may facilities and entertainment related spots such as spas and casinos as well.Continue reading Meeting the town of Loutraki
The village of Kefalari
Kefalari is a very attractive village located within the municipality of Argos, in the Greek region known as Peloponnese or Peloponnisos. This spot can be easily reached from Argos, since only three kilometers separate them, and therefore visitors who meet that city should also try to meet this village. It is interesting to know that this spot was initially called Ntousia, then it changed to Dousia, then to Zevgolatio, then to Zevgolatis, and then, around the year 1928, it was finally named Kefalari.Continue reading The village of Kefalari
Diakofto – a charming Greek village
Diakofto is a picturesque small town located in the region of Peloponnese, Greece. The most appealing characteristic of this town is the way in which it conserves many traditions and allows visitors to observe the life in a small village and interact with local people who are always very welcoming and most of the times willing to talk to foreigners about their town, its history, its traditions, and the interesting spots to meet.Continue reading Diakofto – a charming Greek village
Argolis – Kathrevousa in ancient Greece
The prefecture of Argolis or Argolida, formerly called Katharevousa in Ancient Greece, is a Greek prefecture situated towards the eastern area of the Peloponnese. This prefecture is neighbor of the Sacronic Gulf, the prefecture of Attica, and Troezen to the east and south east, as well as of Arcadia to the west, Corinthia to the north, and the Argolic Gulf to the south. One of the main attractive of Argolis is the wide variety of different landscapes and options it offers, and surely every tourists would always find something that suits his needs.Continue reading Argolis – Kathrevousa in ancient Greece
The first stages in the history of Patras
Patras, in the Greek region of Peloponnese, is a city which counts with a very antique and interesting past which provides valuable knowledge to the history of the humanity. This ancient town is very rich in history and this characteristic can be seen reflected through its constructions, art works, and many other elements that cause it to be a very attractive destination.Continue reading The first stages in the history of Patras
Lake Vouliagmeni and its medicinal waters
The Lake Vouliagmeni is not only famous as a very beautiful spot but also but also as containing medicinal waters. This spot has been visited by people who wish to enjoy its waters for centuries, and is one of the most attractive areas in the Greek region of Peloponnese. Visitors approach in order to enjoy its beautiful shores, practice different water sports, relax in front of unique landscapes, taste excellent local dishes, and have a great time in a picturesque environment.Continue reading Lake Vouliagmeni and its medicinal waters
Kalavryta – a town and a large municipality
Kalavryta, in the Greek region of Peloponnese, is not only a town, but also a province and a large municipality. This destination can be found at about 40 kilometers from the southern part of Aigio, about 190 kilometers from Athens, and about 85 kilometers from the northwestern area of Tripoli. This destination is interesting from several different points of view, and would be a great place for those who like spending time close to the nature, as well as to those who enjoy meeting antique constructions or practicing sports.Continue reading Kalavryta – a town and a large municipality
The history of Argos
Argos is an ancient Greek city which is part of the prefecture of Argolis, in the region of the Peloponnese. It has four main subdivisions: Kokla, Larissa, Akova, and Timenio. This city has gone through several interesting historical events, and its past is among the main factors which attract tourists to its lands.Continue reading The history of Argos
Achaia and its history
The origins of the Greek prefecture known as Achaia can be traced back to the époque in which the Mycenaean centers lost their power and a group of Achaians became the first inhabitants of this destination. After the Achainas settled in what is nowadays called Achaia, this area gained several towns and cities, and, towards the year 285 BC slowly started becoming a spot with political and social weight.Continue reading Achaia and its history