Sailing

  • Greece is one of the top sailing destinations in the world. It is blessed with its fabulous blue sea, endless coastline and numerous islands.
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  • Peloponnese is an excellent destination for road biking. Its geonatural morphology consists of many mountains with downhill and uphill parts but coastal routes as well. Magical forests, beautiful rivers and brooks and the greek blue waters of the sea.
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  • If you wish to hike through idyllic landscapes, healthy climate and away from the car hustle, Peloponnese can offer this experience generously.
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  • Because of the wide range and variety of rock formation Peloponnese can offer the perfect terren for rock climbing
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  • Rafting in Peloponnese can be an adrenaline rush or a pleasant touristic ride depending on the location and the time of year.
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  • Peloponnese has a variety of good locations for windsurfing where the winds are constant and the waters allow to all levels of windsurfers to practice their favorite sport.
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  • Despite the obvious surface beauty, Peloponnese also offers a magical hidden underwater world ready to be explored by scuba divers.
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  • In an aquatic heaven like Greece, you can experience the extreme and funny side of watersports almost everywhere.
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Greece is one of the top sailing destinations in the world. It is blessed with its fabulous blue sea, endless coastline and numerous islands. Sailing in Peloponnese is a unique experience, as the scenery is simply breathtaking. In the summer time it is windy, a primary fact for sailing, and most of the waters are safe. As Peloponnese has a big variety of big or small coves and bays you can stop to overnight or swim in the crystal clear waters. Surrounded by the Aegean Sea on the east and the Ionian Sea on the west, Peloponnese has many beautiful islands around such as Hydra, Spetses, Elafonisos, Kithira, Kefalonia, Zakinthos and Ithaka. You can rent a sailing boat from Patra or Kalamata and of course Athens.