Full Day To Argolis
private tour by minivan

    for the whole tour,
    for up to 7 persons

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    Duration: 10 hours
    Location: Nemea, Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus, Mycenae, Nafplio, Corinth Canal


    Mykines 212 00, Greece

    Epidavros 210 52, Greece

    Corinth Isthmus, Greece


    Taking the tour to Argolis is much more than just crossing over to Peloponnese via the Corinth Canal and its breathtaking view. It’s a dive straight into mythical Greece, to the land of king Agamemnon, Mycenae, but also ancient Nemea, the world famous theater of Epidaurus, and a taste of the picturesque first capital of modern Greece, Nafplio.

    It is truly remarkable how much history can fit into a single day, in a region that has been active since Neolithic times. During the Bronze Age, Mycenae was the superpower that controlled most of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea – in other words, most of the known world in the 2nd millennia BC.

    Visiting the citadel of Mycenae, through the famous Lion’s Gate, takes us to the remains of the majestic palace of King Agamemnon, where he and his brother, King Menelaos of Sparta, organized the Trojan campaign.

    Nearby Nemea is famous for the mythical (Nemean) lion that terrorized the land until the semi-godly hero Heracles killed it, as part of his infamous 12 Labors. In modern times, the region has become worldwide known for its wines, and especially the red variety Agiorgitiko.

    Touring in Argolis cannot be complete without a visit to the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, perhaps the most recognized theatre of Greece. It is renowned for its acoustics, as ordinary words from the stage can be heard naturally by all 14,000 spectators.

    And, for a bit of modern history, the tour makes a stop at Nafplio, a beautiful seaside city in the Argolic Gulf that was named the first capital of Greece after the independence from Ottoman rule in 1829. A most charming town, overlooked by the imposing Palamidi fortress, it offers an abundance of restaurants, shops and cafes and makes a perfect spot for a break.

    Included in the tour price:

    1. English speaking driver
    2. Pick-up & Drop-off service from the hotel
    3. Remote guiding system (“whisperers” devices) when you book guide services
    4. All expenses of the driver (accommodation during multi-day tours, meals, insurance)
    5. Tolls
    6. All currently applicable taxes


    Not included in the tour price:

    1. Accommodation during multi-day tours & meals for the guests; we can assist you with these arrangements
    2. Entrance fees to museums & archaeological sites: these are payable on the spot, as you go
    3. Guide Services unless you select the extra service