Located in south-central Greece and more specifically in the Peloponnese, Corinth is a great place to visit throughout the year. It represents the perfect blend between the old and the new, historic value and contemporary attractions. To that end, we have created a list with the top 3 stops in Corinth for you to squeeze in your vacations in Peloponnese. Check them out and you will agree with us, for sure!
First off, the archaeological site of Nemea. This is a place of significant historic value, as it hosted the Nemean Games every two years. Most of you will remember Hercules slaying the Nemean lion. Well, this is where it all happened! There is the Temple dedicated to Zeus, as well as the Stadium among the finest attractions on site. The entire archaeological site is located on the foot of the Arcadian mountains, in an idyllic place.
Then, of course we should include the Nemea wineries in our 3 stops in Corinth. You see, wine enthusiasts from all over the world choose the Nemea region to taste some of the most succulent wine varieties. The temperate climate, the exceptionally fertile ground and the mastery of the local producers have composed a unique fusion of flavors and aromas. Lafazanis Winery, Domaine Spiropoulos and Palivou Estate are just few of the names you should look for in the region.
Malagavi Lighthouse is our last stop, although we know that it is hard to select just three attractions in a place like Corinth. Above the ancient Heraion (the Temple dedicated to Hera), you will find one of the oldest lighthouses in Greece. It dates back to 1897 and the view from up there is amazing. Infinite blue and embroidered coasts, lush greenery and clear skies!