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Tour to Argolida


Argolida is a must visit destination

Welcome to Argolida, the heart of ancient Greece during the Archaic and Classical periods, named after the principle city of the region, Argos, is one of the most picturesque and magical region of the Peloponnese. Steeped in history with numerous archaeological sites, and ancient theatres, traditional and historic cities, churches and monasteries, awesome landscapes with forests, lakes, rivers, caves, gorges and wonderful beaches, with easy access to the Saronic Gulf islands.



Argolida is a beautiful region in Greece, known for its ancient sites, charming villages, and stunning coastline. If you’re planning on sightseeing in Argolida, here are some things you might want to know:

Visit the ancient sites: Argolida is home to several important ancient sites, including the ancient theater of Epidaurus, the ancient city of Mycenae, and the Heraion of Argos. These sites offer a glimpse into the region’s rich history and are a must-see for any visitor.

Explore the villages: Argolida is home to several charming villages, including Nafplio, the region’s capital, and the picturesque seaside village of Porto Heli. Take some time to explore these villages and experience the local culture and cuisine.

Enjoy the beaches: Argolida is home to several beautiful beaches, including Tolo, Karathona, and Kosta. Take some time to relax on the beach and enjoy the crystal clear waters.

Take a boat tour: There are several boat tours available in the area, which offer a unique perspective on the region’s stunning coastline. Be sure to book in advance and bring sunscreen and a hat.

Visit the olive groves and vineyards: Argolida is known for its olive groves and vineyards, which produce some of the best olive oil and wine in Greece. Take a tour of a local olive grove or vineyard to learn more about the production process and sample some of the delicious products.

Argolida is located in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese peninsula and can be easily accessed by car or bus from Athens. Be sure to plan your visit in advance and bring comfortable shoes and plenty of water, as the area can be quite hot in the summer months.

10 hours tour (440€)

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