Expanding from the Corinth Canal to the south coast of the Gulf of Corinth and to the mountainous interior of the Peloponnese, Corinthia is the land of the currant, the Corinthian raisin, and the Nemean wines of the local red variety of Agiorgitiko, colored with “Hercules’ blood”, as it is often narrated. Corinthia and Nemea is a great place for those traveling with kids, full of authentic nature, Greek mythology and abundant produce.
Here, you have the chance to follow the journey of the grape along with Dionysus, the God of grape harvest and winemaking, with unique experiences “from farm to table”, and through the paths and achievements of the children-adored mythical hero Hercules in Nemea, Stymphalia and the … sinkholes he opened to clean the Augean stables. Enjoy a family friendly wine-tasting, cross the Corinth Canal, sail in the calm Corinthian Gulf to watch the dolphins, and take advantage of the unique opportunity that Corinthia ’s geography creates: hike in the alpine zone, swim in a waterfall, paddle in a lake and relish your journey on a sandy beach and in a small tavern by the water, all in the same day!
To plan your trip in Northern Peloponnese with kids, advise the MAMAKITA tried and tested family vacation itineraries in the area, or contact your MAMAKITA family travel specialist to tailor your trip to your family needs, budget and age of kids by filling in this form.
We strongly advise you to make your request at least one month before the starting date of your trip, and ideally 3 months in advance, if your travel dates include July and August, the peak months for family vacations in Greece.