Being the most ancient city of the world, Argos is a city with rich history and a lot of monuments and remarkable sights to visit. During Antiquity Argos was one of the most important cities of Greece and Homer used to call all the Greeks Argaeans, a name which derived from the word Argos, due to the importance of this ancient city.

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.

The musical festival of Nafplio continues its 23 years tradition as a key cultural event of the Greek summer. It takes place usually in the end of June and for ten days through the music shows it displays all the monumental sites of the Nafplio city- from the magical Palamidi castle up to the historical Bourtzi castle.

The Epidaurus Festival is a great celebration that has lasted 60 summers and has hosted some of the biggest names in theater, music and dance such as Maria Kallas, Saint-Seans, Rostropovich, Pavarotti, Peter Hall, The Theater No, the Beijing Opera and many other distinguished artists. The last decade a dynamic number of spectators have embraced the festival and every summer is growing.

Hotel Μycenae in Argos offers rooms with sunny balconies. Wi-Fi is free in every room and common area. Every room has a flat screen tv with satellite channels , private bathroom , refrigerator and air condition. For your comfort you will find free amenity products and a hair dryer.
Central square of Argos
St. Peter's square 212 00 - Argos

Porto Heli is a seaside village known as one of the most popular summer destinations. It is located at the eastern part of Peloponnese and has a large port that serves a great amount of sailing boats and private yachts that visit the area.

Ermioni “The city that looks like an island”. Ermioni is a small fishing town of Argolida at the east of Peloponnese. The traditional taverns, the cafes, the paved streets, the beautiful houses, the nightlife and the crystal clear beaches around this area are some of the reasons this town is one of the most popular summer destinations of Peloponnese. While travelling around this area you will have the chance to admire the olive and the pine trees and plenty of bays with turquoise water.

According to the Greek Mythology, the Argeian prince Pritos was the founder of the city. Pritos conflicted with his brother Akrisios and found shelter in Lykia. He returned from Lykia to this location along with the Cyclopes who built in his favor the monumental walls, also known as cyclopean walls.

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.