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Did you know that the amazing peninsulla of Methana is the ideal point to start or end a multi-day tour of the Peloponnese?
 
Cavo Petra in Methana is only 175 kilometers from the Acropolis of Athens and about 200 kilometers from the Greece’s largest airport, the ATH Eleftherios Venizelos Airport in Spata Attica. So having the airport as an entry-exit point in Greece, it is easy to understand the important advantages that our accommodation brings together to see the most important points of interest as well as many hidden beauties of the eastern Peloponnese and the nearest Saronic Islands!
 
  • The recommended length of stay is at least 2-3 nights. Remember: you are on a relaxed vacation and you want to “live the moments”, to be completely impressed!
  • Suggested route: Departure from Athens/airport heading to Corinth, Baths of beauty Elen, Epidaurus, Trezenia, Methana, arrival at Cavo Petra.
  • Route duration: About 2-2.5 hours of continuous easy going driving. From Corinth to Methana there are many points of interest for endless stops, either for photography, for coffee, for food, archaeological sites, etc.
  • Suggested points to visit during your stay in our area are the following, in random order of presentation and not in order of “importance”. Let’s not forget that it is important to have a good time, so you choose the series of destinations according to your schedule and needs.
 
– Corinth, Ancient City, ship canal.
– Baths of Orea Eleni,
– Ancient Epidaurus, Theater of Epidaurus
– Troizenia. Archaeological site of Troizinia, Kastro Favierou
-Methana, Volcano, thermal springs, antiquities, Acropolis Oga
– Poros, Archaeological Museum, Russian naval station.
-Hydra
-Spetses
-Nafplio, ancient city, Bourtzi, Museum
– Mycenae, archaeological site.
 
After seeing the most important points of interest in these destinations, you can continue your trip to the rest of the Peloponnese.
 
We wish you a great and safe Tour of the Peloponnese!

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