Our tour starts from your accommodation or other preference point .The upcoming hour relax and enjoy our ride to the Peloponnese peninsula through the beautiful coastline of the Saronic gulf and Agious Theodorous resort town with our first stop ,Corinthian canal.
Corinthian canal is a 2700 years idea that started around 602 b.c and finished in 1893. This remarkable waterway saves money and time for all cargo and commercial ships as it connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea. A masterpiece of engineering that makes Peloponnese peninsula the biggest island of Greece.
During our first stop you will have the opportunity to walk on the bridge that passes over the magnificent canal and take some pictures. Plus, you will have the chance to visit the nearby cafeteria for a cup of coffee and enjoy the gallery of photo prints and texts that show us the evolution and history of the canal.
Shortly after that, it’s the Ancient city of Corinth. Ancient Corinth was one of the greatest trading centers not only of ancient Greece but also of the whole world during the classical era. It is a nice opportunity to follow the steps of St. Paul through the agora, lechaion road, the spring of Periander and of course the temple of Apollo.
Up next is the Acropolis of Ancient Corinth,Acrocorinth castle. There you will have a perfect view of the modern and ancient city of Corinth and the Corinthian gulf. The perfect spot to take some memorable pictures of your journey .The castle remains until today in a perfect condition.
After all the rich history of Ancient Corinth, is time to visit our final stop of the day, Nemea wineries. As we arriving to Nemea, you will see why it’s one of the most popular vineyards in the country. Your personal tour guide will show you the state of the art facilities at the Nemea wineries , and will explain all about the production of its delicious red wine. After your tour, you will then have the opportunity to sample some of the famous Greek wine, while enjoying the stunning views of the vineyard.
After a day full of Corinth’s ancient history and Nemea wineries it is time to gather and start our way back to Athens