An unforgettable vacation in the Peloponnese

Greece is a beautiful country with a fascinating history and a vibrant culture. The Peloponnese villas are ideal for spending your vacation having fun, lounging in the sun on the golden sands, and learning about local culture. This peninsula in the south of the country will leave you with wonderful memories because of the rocky…

Greece is a beautiful country with a fascinating history and a vibrant culture. The Peloponnese villas are ideal for spending your vacation having fun, lounging in the sun on the golden sands, and learning about local culture. This peninsula in the south of the country will leave you with wonderful memories because of the rocky and forested mountains, the turquoise sea, the endless beaches, the fabled old cities, and the fantastic archaeological monuments.

A wonderful getaway for all

Greece’s most prominent peninsula is called the Peloponnese. Sand beaches border the shore, occasionally with pebbles mixed throughout. Families love the northern and western shores because they have great beaches that appeal to kids and adults.

 

The southern shore has a stunning landscape and an abundance of vegetation: the blue sea’s transparency highlights the region’s green olive and pine trees. The cliffs rule in the east. For those who enjoy mountain activities, the mountains are ideal. Since thousands of tourists from over the world visit the Peloponnese each year in search of a wealth of good experiences, there is a high demand for natural properties for rent there.

What to see?

On the Greek peninsula, contemporary cities coexist with traditional villages. The Peloponnese’s infrastructure will meet the needs of even the most complex and picky tourists. Spend time in the entertainment areas while shopping at both big and little stores.

 

Family-run taverns and cafés provide unrivaled national cuisine and produce their wines. Mixed olives, local honey, cheese made in the area, and the renowned Corinthian raisins should all be sampled.

Porto Heli

Porto Heli, located in a small bay, is the right choice for connoisseurs of quiet comfort. It is a small but prestigious resort village, which only 2000 people permanently inhabit. Even with the rest of the holidaymakers, it does not turn into an “anthill.”

 

The quality of local tourist infrastructure is not in doubt. Chic villas in Porto Heli, entertainment, shopping, and manicured sandy beaches make it one of the best resorts in the Peloponnese and Greece. In addition, the bay’s popularity aided its development among sailing enthusiasts.

 

Up to the end of the 50s, there was a traditional fishing village. Then the bay and the bay were discovered by sailing enthusiasts. Yachting is the most expensive recreation, so the area’s infrastructure began to develop under the demands and tastes of wealthy boaters. As a result, the bay provides excellent conditions for training beginners as well as for yachting regattas for professionals. The range of activities on the water includes water skiing, boards, canoes, and jet skis.

 

The small resort has many marinas and small ports. You can come here on your yacht or rent it on the spot for boat trips, as well as a boat, catamaran, jet-ski, and more.

 

If you are an ardent advocate of absolute silence and solitude, it is better to avoid coming to Porto Heli in August. Or better to spend most of the time in your villa. August, dubbed the “month of culture,” is the month of art and culture festivals, a week of fishing, and many master classes in dance, music, and musical instruments.

 

You will have a varied and vivid experience when you visit Porto Heli. It will be remembered for years to come for its breathtaking scenery, cities with thousands of years of history, endless transparent sea, atmosphere, and romance. 

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