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Olympia (Greece)

archaeological site, sanctuary of Ancient Greece

84km

37.63821.63

Spetses

The island of Spetses administratively belongs to the Prefecture of Attica, although its proximity to the Peloponnese mainland puts it geographically in Argolis. It is extremely popular with Athenians, who swarm the place during Easter and summer weekends. Due to the nature of available accommodation, package tourism has not caught on much. In the past Spetses has had a reputation as a quiet island, but more recently there have been complaints from both residents and return visitors that the noise level from cars and motorbikes has been reaching the level of cacaphony of other, more touristed islands.

87km

37.2523.1333

Patra

(Πάτρα) — known for its wine production

104km

38.2521.7333

Hydra

Hydra (Greek: 'Υδρα Ydra or Idhra, pronounced "EE-thra") is one of the Saronic Gulf Islands in central Greece.

123km

37.3523.46666667
Sights

Sparta

city-state in ancient Greece

25km

37.0819444422.42361111

Mystras

fortified town and a former municipality in Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece

25km

37.0666666722.38333333

Bassae

archaeological site in Greece

51km

37.43521.89694444

Olympia, Greece

84km

37.63821.63

Epidaurus

place in Greece

90km

37.6333333323.13333333

Temple of Apollo (Delphi)

ancient greek temple

100km

38.4822222222.50111111

Delphi

(Δελφοί) — site of the famous oracle of Apollo, major archaeological site

100km

38.4833333322.5

Hosios Loukas

monastery

102km

38.422.75

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Peloponnese

Greece
Peloponnese is a peninsula in southern Greece. Originally a peninsula connected to the rest of the country by the Isthmus of Corinth, it is now cut off from the mainland by the narrow Corinth Canal, spanned by bridges connecting Peloponnese to Attica across the canal.

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