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The Ancient Theatre of Epidavros
Mycene
The Ancient Theatre of Argos
Tolo
Ermioni
The churche of Ag. Triada in Midea
Nea Kios

Epidavros is what the ancients called a “sight to please the eye". The small natural harbour surrounded by verdant land and the ancient Theater of Epidavros, a world heritage monument, compose the grandeur of the area. And naturally the Mycenae, the matrix of the Mycenaean civilization evidenced in the multitude of ruins sum as the Acropolis, the Lions Gate, the Mycenaean Palace, the Mycenaean Tombs and more, a pole of attraction for thousands of visitors each year.


Tourists that visit Argolida usually refer to tourist guides, which mostly recommend county's southern areas as the best place to visit. However, few visitors have experienced the breathtaking landscapes of the Argolic mountains and even fewer can imagine this other side of Argolida, a paradise on earth for ail forms of alternative tourism in Peloponnese. Tiny traditional hamlets are nestled on the mountain tops, linked with narrow streets and pathways, sharing common feasts and customs.


The region is full of Byzantine and post-Byzantine monuments, monasteries and churches dating back to the 10th century.