About the Peloponnese by Anthemion, Nafplion
For many a year the Peloponnese has been regarded as an Island, until the Corinth Canal joined it up with the rest of the mainland.
Despite that though the Peloponnese still has the true feel and passion of being a separate entity.
Travelling around the Peloponnese is easy and once again there is so much on offer for you to see.
The fascinating Cave of Lakes at Kastria, the train ride through the Vouraikos Gorge at the historical town of Kalavrita and the spiritual Monasteries of Mystra are just to name a few places of interest.
Not forgetting the awe inspiring ancient site of Olympia and the town of Sparta from whence Leonidas led his brave 300.
The Peloponnese also has some of the most beautiful beaches and most diverse and stunning landscapes in Greece.
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