The Peloponnese
The Peloponnese is a large peninsula on the southernmost part of mainland Greece. It is one of the most unspoiled regions surrounded by sea and has imposing mountains in the inland. Since ancient times, it has been an integral part of Greece and the land of great battles throughout Greek history.
It is renowned for its archaeological treasures and outstanding natural beauty. Landmarks from every period of the momentous Peloponnesian history, significant archeological sites such as ancient Olympia, Epidaurus, Mycenae, Corinth, Mystras, Byzantine churches and palaces, romantic castles along with natural beauties, pristine beaches, forests, rivers and sea caves make this part of Greek land the ideal destination for family holidays, touring, sports and connecting to the history and culture. Apart from the archaeological sites in Greece, top destinations for holidays in Peloponnese are Nafplion, Monemvasia, Pylos and Patra.
Gastronomy reigns supreme in the Peloponnese as its precious olive oil is the essence of Peloponnesian cuisine. Amazing Kalamata olive oil and table olives, great wines, honey and herbs are the hallmarks of this region. Ultimately, an incredible wealth of new experiences awaits you in the Peloponnese!