Peloponnese

Peloponnese Route

Poros. Divided from the mainland by a very narrow crossing, Poros resembles a puzzle piece gone missing from the Peloponnese opposite. Pine forests reaching the sea, neoclassical buildings, quaint shops and taverns, whitewashed houses wrapped in bougainvilleas create the perfect holiday scenery.
Aegina .You can moor either to the small, picturesque port of Perdika or sail further towards the west coast to Aegina’s main port. Don’t miss a visit to the local fish market, where you can taste Greek delicacies and the worldwide famous Aegina pistachio.
Ermioni, a small seaside town. Built on a cape and surrounded by pine trees, it strongly resembles an island.
Nafplio, one of the most beautiful towns in Greece with its intense Medieval atmosphere. Walk around the narrow-paved streets and the neoclassical buildings of the old town and visit the castle of Palamidi. At the entrance of the port, there is Bourtzi, a small islet with a fortress that used to protect the town from naval attacks.
Fokiano and Kyparissi, a picturesque, small fishing village. Don’t miss the chance to anchor here and dive into the crystal-clear waters.
Leonidio, ideal destination for extreme sports lovers -especially climbers, offers hundreds of climbing routes to choose from.
Monemvasia, located on the south-eastern side of the Peloponnese. The old city untouched by time, but still inhabited and alive, amazes its visitors with its unique architecture. Once you enter the old city gates you feel like you travel in time, back to medieval ages.
Hydra, “the queen of the Saronic Gulf”, built amphitheatrically around the port, combining nature and architecture. Stroll through the town’s picturesque cobble stone streets and imposing houses and let “the queen” captivate you.
Spetses, an island boasting a long naval tradition. Whitewashed, neoclassical buildings, secluded beaches, crystal clear waters and pine-clad hills form a scenery that seems to come directly from an old tale