The Peloponnese is a peninsula located in southern Greece, connected to the mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth. 

The Peloponnese is surrounded by the Ionian Sea to the west and the Aegean Sea to the east. It is characterized by its diverse geography, ranging from rugged mountains to fertile plains and beautiful coastlines. 

The Peloponnese is steeped in history and mythology. It was the birthplace of the Olympic Games and was home to ancient civilizations such as the Mycenaeans and the Spartans. The region played a significant role in the development of Western civilization and was the setting for many famous battles and events, including the Trojan War and the Battle of Thermopylae.

There are several must-visit destinations in the Peloponnese. The city of Nafplio is known for its charming old town and impressive Venetian fortress. The ancient ruins of Mycenae and Epidaurus are also popular attractions.

For nature lovers, the Mani Peninsula offers rugged landscapes and picturesque villages, while the coastal town of Gythio is known for its beautiful beaches. 

Whether you are interested in history, culture, or simply enjoying the natural beauty of the region, the Peloponnese has something to offer every traveler.

The Peloponnese region features two airports, Kalamata Airport (KLX) which connects with some European countries and Araxos Airport (GPA) which features mainly domestic flights, as well as a few international ones . 

The town of Corinth in the Peloponnese is 90 minutes away from Athens by car/bus/train and from there various sightseeings such as Epidaurus, Mycenae and Palamidi Castle in Nafplio are no more than 1 hour away .

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