Mount Kyllini is a Greek destination surrounded by mysticism as well as it is part of mythological stories. This mount is situated within the region of Peloponnese, towards the western side of Corinth, and has a height of about 2370 meters and a length of about 8 kilometers. This is one of the most magical and picturesque destinations tourists could find in this area of Greece as well as in the entire country, and it is very recommendable to learn how it is mentioned in the ancient mythology before meeting it in order to be able to enjoy its charm as much as possible.Continue reading Mount Kyllini
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.
The Castle of Chlemoutsi
The Chlemoutsi Castle is a very antique construction situated on a hill in the Greek region of Peloponnese. From this castle, visitors can enjoy an amazing view on the surroundings and observe the vegetation and rocky formations which have been witness of the history of the construction for many centuries. All those tourists who are fond of architecture, design, and history, should not miss meeting this construction while being in this area of Peloponnese.Continue reading The Castle of Chlemoutsi
The beautiful village of Anavryti
Anavrity is a small beautiful village situated in the Greek region of Peloponnese, on a snowy area of Mt. Taygetos. The ideal season to visit this village is during summer time or in the first weeks of spring, although its cold winter also have a special charm and can be found attractive by some tourists as well.Continue reading The beautiful village of Anavryti