Argolis & Nafplio
Surrounded on the one side by the Saronic Gulf with its picturesque islands and on the other by the Gulf of Argolis, the Argolid peninsula is the birthplace of the Mycenean civilization. Pomegranate and olive groves spread amidst smooth valleys and green hills end up at crystal blue coves. Here, you will have the chance to explore Nafplio, the first capital of Greece, with a happy train, on a bike, on foot, or with a tasting tour; to enjoy a performance -with or without kids- in the legendary theatre of Epidaurus, the birthplace of western theatre; to visit Mycenae, the “rich in gold” as Homer describes, and to imagine the life at the palace and the joy that archaeologist Schliemann felt when he revealed a treasure trove of grave burials. So, let yourself go and get “synchronized” with the slow-living pace of this coastal paradise, swim in turquoise waters, discover isolated coves, and embrace everything around that makes up the Greek myth.