Kranidi is small town of Argolida County which is built amphitheatrically on the hill “Agia Anna”. The traditional architecture of this town will enchant its visitors. The houses were built with ashlars, have ornate balconies and the roofs were constructed according the traditional byzantine rhythm. The whole architecture reminds of an island and due to the town’s nautical history you will see many preserved mansions which belonged to captains. You will be walking around the cobblestone alleyways and you will come across some old fountains.

Kyllini “The historical harbor”. Kyllini is situated at the northwest of Peloponnese. Kyllini, in geographical terms, includes the wider districts of Kyllini, Kastro, Kato Panagia, Neochori, Loutra Kyllini, Golden Beach (Chryssi Akti) etc. For the locals though, the word Kyllini is used for the limited area of the harbor.

Leonidio “The descendants of the Dorians” . This elegant seaside village offers a plethora of emotions. The singular architecture of the mansions and the towers as well as the beautiful nature which is an amalgam of sea and mountain won’t disappoint the visitor.

Loutra Killinis “The Roman Baths”. Loutra Killinis is a famous spa town known mostly for the thermal baths and the hydrotherapy center of the area inside the beautiful forest with the pine trees. Also at the end of the forest you will find the amazing homonym sandy beach and some luxurious hotel complexes.

Loutra Oraias Elenis “The baths of Helen of Troy” . You may have heard that Cleopatra was a fan of milk baths, but what was the secret of Helen of Troy, also known as Helen of Sparta? The answer is believed to be the thermal baths she was having in this little village.

Monemvasia “The nature’s piece of art”. Monemvasia is the little historical city built on a mass of rock which is connected to the mainland by a narrow bridge of 130 meters. The name Monemvasia, which in Greek meant “the only access”, came from the singularity of this place.

Nafplio (Argolida) “999 reasons to visit this town and the stairs aren’t one!”

This town has it all! Nafplio is the most popular city in northeast of Peloponnese, ideal for romantic weekends, families, history enthusiasts, nature lovers as well as for those who want to spend their time in some beautiful beach sunbathing, swimming and practicing water sports. Nafplio is a picturesque old city known to be the first capital of the newly formed state of Greece after the Greek War of Independence. It was the capital of Greece from 1828 until 1833, when Athens became the new capital.

Neapoli Voion / Vatika “The southernmost town of the mainland of Europe”. This little seaside town attracts mainly two type of travelers. Those who want to spend their day in extraordinary beaches and the nature lovers who get amazed by the wild beauty of this area. The main landmarks of this town are the church of Agia Triada (St. Trinity), which is visible throughout the city and the statue of the Vatika Seaman.

Patra is one of the largest cities of Greece which attracts many visitors especially during the spring season when the famous carnival of the city takes place. Besides the carnival, Patra offers plenty of monuments to visit, beautiful beaches, the famous wine and liquors and its magical sunset!

Petalidi “The gift to the fighters of Mani” . In the southwest part of Peloponnese there is the small seaside village called Petalidi. In the village you will find the big beautiful square with the church of St. Nikolaos, restaurants and cafes and a little further the small harbor.