Spetses is a picturesque island located in the Saronic Gulf, just a few hours away from Athens, Greece. The island is car-free, which adds to its charm. Upon arrival, visitors can explore the island on foot, by bicycle, or by horse-drawn carriage.

Spetses offers a variety of activities for every type of traveler. History enthusiasts can visit the Bouboulina Museum, dedicated to the famous Greek heroine, or explore the historic mansions scattered throughout the island. 

The island also hosts several cultural events throughout the year, including the Armata Festival, which commemorates the naval battle of Spetses against the Ottoman Empire. During this festival, locals reenact the battle, culminating in a spectacular fireworks display.

Spetses offers a range of accommodation options, from luxury hotels to cozy guesthouses. Visitors can also find a variety of restaurants and taverns serving delicious Greek cuisine, specializing in fresh seafood and traditional dishes.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing beach getaway or an opportunity to immerse yourself in Greek history and culture, Spetses has something for everyone. 

From Kosta Port (Duration 15 min) 180km (3 hours by car/bus) away from Athens, with 4 daily itineraries .

From Piraeus Port (Duration 2 h 30 min), as well as other islands of the Saronic such as Poros, Hydra as well as Porto Heli daily during the summer season .

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