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Drive towards the scenic coastal road of Athens to the magnificent structure of the Corinth Canal, the southern peninsula of Greece. The driver will take you to Nafplio and visit Mycenae and Epidaurus the way world heritage-listed Mycenae is one of the most ancient places in Europe. Mycenae is considered the greatest and richest kingdom of the later Bronze Age around 1350 B.C. Walk around the archaeological park, pass through the great Lionesses Gate, explore the Ancient Treasure of Atreus also known as King’s Agamemnon Tomb as well as the Tomb of Clytemnestra.
Epidaurus was famed and revered far and wide for centuries. The theatre is perhaps the best-preserved theatre of ancient Greece. Epidaurus was a sanatorium, connected intensively with the Asclepeion healing temples. Nafplio, the town where Greece meets Italy. Built with stepped streets overhung with balconies dripping bougainvillea, handsome neoclassical buildings, and enticing shops and restaurants.
Arriving in Sparta we will have the opportunity to see the archaeological museum of the area. This museum is rich in findings from the Neolithic to Roman times, but the most important places are the objects of the great sanctuaries of Sparta.
Nafplio, the town where Greece meets Italy. Built with stepped streets overhung with balconies dripping bougainvillea, handsome neoclassical buildings, and enticing shops and restaurants.
Place of the historian, the Monemvasia with the imposing rock and its famous medieval castle town of a unique travel experience. The walls, the churches, the stone houses and mansions, arches, cobbled streets, traditional accommodation, shops, and cafes – restaurants create a beautiful residential complex with a romantic atmosphere & cosmopolitan character.
Diros caves. The famous Alepotripa and Vlichada caves are located in Pyrgos Diros. They were explored by the speleologists Ioannis and Anna Petrochilos. The Alepotrypa cavern was discovered in 1958. Archaeological research began in 1970 under the direction of archaeologist Georgios Papathanassopoulos. In the course of the late Neolithic period (4000 – 3000 BC), the cave was extensively used as a shelter, dwelling, workshop, storage place for goods, cemetery, and a place of worship.
We will visit the unique archaeological area of Ancient Olympia where the first Olympic Games took place from the year 776 B.C. to 393 A.D. Amongst decades of monuments, you will admire the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the Ancient Stadium, the Ancient Gymnasium, the archaeological Museum.Less