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Areas: The Peloponnese Peninsula

Plan your travels to this beautiful peninsula, rich in archaeological sites such as Corinth, Mycenae, and Epidauros. Explore the intriguing Mani district, visit thriving Patras with its vineyards, or relax at Hermioni.
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  5. Peloponnese Nightlife (4)
  6. Peloponnese Sights (3)

Ancient Olympia
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.

Komboloi Museum
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.

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