You are in the city of Epidaurus in Argolis, the eastern part of the Peloponnese in southern Greece, with your feet on the ancient theater of Epidaurus. In the upper stage of the ancient theater, you gaze at the heady view of the horizon. Tranquility. That’s the sentiment that overwhelms you, making you understand why the ancient Greeks chose this place for the erection of the ancient sanctuary of Asclepius, the god of medicine in ancient Greek religion and mythology.
Mycenae, the ancient city that named a whole civilisation after itself, lies in the low hillsides of Peloponnese close to the modern town of Argos. Set on a trip travelling you back thousands of years and discover monuments so ancient that even ancient Greeks considered them ruins of antiquity.
After having explored the fascinating culture of Mani peninsula, this article offers you the locations you definitely have to visit during your trip there. Get comfortable and set on this mental trip to some of the most iconic places the region of Mani has to offer.
Mani is a region of Greece that covers the middle southern peninsula of Peloponnese. Despite the inhospitable landscape of barren rocks and cliffs that dive into the deep sea, this region is one of the most authentic and traditional places a visitor can experience in Greece. Follow us on this trip to Mani, meet its charming wild beauty and history and taste Greece like a local!
Follow us on a trip to Nafplio, one of the most historical cities of Greece. This short traveler's guide will introduce you to the history of the city and guide you through the numerous monuments and attractions Nafplio has to offer!
"On nothing, does Heaven bestow more care than Olympia," said Pausanias, the Greek geographer, and traveler of the 2nd century AD! Follow us on a trip to ancient Olympia and learn why this corner of Greece was and still is the cradle of western civilization.
Follow us on a trip to Messene, a county at the southwest part of Peloponnese! Explore its pristine beaches and dig into its vast history.
Located on the giant peninsula of the Peloponnese, Ancient Messene is possibly the most underrated archeological site in the whole of Greece. This ancient city was, unlike most others, untouched by the later settlements and thus has preserved outstandingly; perhaps the best-preserved from antiquity. The excavation of this site has been relatively recent compared to Epidaurus or Delphi and therefore it is still a bit off-the-radar. That being said, the archeological site of Ancient Messene is inarguably one of the most impressive given its sheer size. The site has been steadily uncovered for the last 100 years but only a third of its total size has been excavated so far!