Athens to Peloponnese: A roadtrip you can't miss Featured

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If you are planning a road trip to Peloponnese we are here to help you. The Peloponnese region is a large peninsula in south-west Greece and it's a perfect place to be visited by a motorhome. We recommend visiting it during spring or summer. So just rent our motorhome and begin exploring the varied landscapes  that it has and fall in love with them.

Here is our  8-days recommended tour starting from Athens, the capital of Greece.

Day 1

Athens to Corinth Driving time: approx. 1h


Corinth is an ancient city and former municipality in Corinthia. 

See the Corinth Canal which connects Peloponnese with the rest of Greece.  If you are interested in ancient history visiting the Ancient Corinth and the temple of Apollo is a great experience. If you are an adrenaline addict jumping off the Corinth canal is a must.

Corinth to Nafplio Driving time: approx. 1h


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  • Comment Link F.k Saturday, 09 February 2019 14:34 posted by F.k

    Very interesting and helpfull article, thank you for the information.

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