Areas: The Peloponnese Peninsula
- Loutraki (3)
- Peloponnese Camping (1)
- Peloponnese Dining (2)
- Peloponnese Hotels (8)
- Peloponnese Nightlife (4)
- Peloponnese Sights (3)
Olympia - visiting Ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. A visit to Greece may not be complete without paying homage to the ancient site of Olympia.
The Rio-Antirio Bridge
With the opening of the new Rio-Antirio bridge, Western Greece and the Peloponnese will be on the same map page at last.
Mycenae, Fortress of Mystery
Dark and brooding, this once-mighty fortress fired the dreams of archaeologists with its rich trove of golden masks.
Epidaurus Photo Gallery
Epidaurus is a must-see - but unlike many other archaeological sites, this one still lives each summer with a vivid season of plays presented in the acoustically-perfect ancient theater.
Visiting Nafplion? The Komboloi Museum may be worth a stop for an interesting exploration of an essential of Greece - the worry beads.
Never heard of Messinia? That's about to change as it becomes both a major resort destination and the backdrop for a much-anticipated movie.
Pylos has dominated the Bay of Navarino for thousands of years. It's a great spot to launch your exploration of the southern portion of the Peloponnese.
The town of Ermioni on the coast of the Peloponnese can be a good base for exploring this region of Greece.
Exploring the Peloponnese: Tripolis
The high-altitude town of Tripoli is in the heart of the Arcadian region of the Peloponnese, ideal for nature-lovers and anyone seeking a cooler location in the heart of summer in Greece.