One of the most impressive caves of Greece can be found near the village of Kastania on the southern tip of the Peloponnese, 40 minutes’ drive from Monemvasia. Rich in density and variety of shapes, colors and figures, Kastania Cave is classified as second of its kind in Europe!
The Diros Caves are among the most significant natural sites in Greece; the truly spectacular cave complex is found in the region of Laconia, on the southeastern part of the Peloponnese peninsula. A visit to the caves is like a journey back in time to the Neolithic period, or a trip into a fairytale.
The emerald island of Peloponnese!
Seductive Elafonisos of turquoise crystal waters and the immense golden beaches will surprise every visitor. At the edge of the southeast Peloponnese, Elafonisos has great history and tradition and it’s the ideal destination for unforgettable holidays. Relax in its waters, experience its gastronomic richness and live unique moments!
Mystras, known as the “wonder of the Morea,” which lies in the southeastern Peloponnesian Peninsula, was once the center of Byzantine power in southern Greece. The town was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1989.