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It is a beautiful seaside settlement at the narrow end of a small harbour, it is 39km to the northeast of Corinth. It attracts a number of visitors on weekends and tourists appreciating its natural beauties. The area is full of pine and olive trees. The beach and the nearby harbours look like natural hugs (this is why it was named Korfos).


One of the winter resorts of Corinthia. On your way here, you will come across a variety of landscapes. Trikala is separated into three sections: Kato, Mesi and Ano. Its section has a beautiful square surrounded by picturesque taverns and coffee shops. Trikala is 67km to the west of Corinth. 10 km from Trikala you will find the sports ski center Zireia, in one of the largest mountains in Greece, on Mount Cyllene (Zireia) . The scenery is beautiful and the area is protected because of its rare flora. Many events and activities are organized there, such as, music festivals, hiking, camping, tours to the cave of Hermes and many more.


A site with a great historical background, it is 8km from Corinth. It was one of the two ports of Ancient Corinth. Residents of Lechaio are the founders of a large town in Lower Italy bearing the same name (current name : Lecce). The road ending in the ancient town's market started from here. It was a stone-paved road with sidewalks, arcades, and shops. Lechaio was one of the largest artificial ports in the antiquity, and the Corinthians kept it in excellent condition. It is also thought that sanctuaries of Poseidon and Aphrodite were found here.


Corinthos linking the Peloponnese with mainland Greece. Corinth is 86km from Athens, and it was a major town having its share in developments in Greece in the antiquity. It currently is among the most important Greek cities and a major transportation hub of the Peloponnese. Its large sea front is one of the city's most beautiful sites.


This mountainous village with stone houses stands at 920m high on a slope of Ziria, and it is surrounded by platans, pine trees and firs. It is one of the most popular resorts of moutnainous Corinthia. It is 79km to the northwest of Corinth.

Loutra Oraias Elenis

A seaside village. It is approximately 17km from Corinth, it is divided into Kato and Ano Almyri. The Loutra Oraias Elenis is to the North. The small settlement Loutra Oraias Elenis was named after the fresh water sources in the area by the sea. It is believed that this is where the beautiful queen of Sparta took her baths.


It is a seaside settlement found in a fertile area with lemon, orange, and other fruit trees. It has a large traffic with tourists, mostly during the summer. It is near the ancient Sicyon, it is 21km to the northwest of Corinth.


Very close to Isthmus of Corinth.
It was named after the festivities taking place here in the antiquity. Isthmia was the third out of four major Greek festivities. The other three were Olympia, Pythia, and Nemea. The settlement is at the lowest part of canal linking the Peloponnese with mainland Greece.


41km to the northwest of Corinth is Nemea, which is currently known as one of the major wine producing areas in Greece. Nemea is known in mythology due to the victory of Hercules over a terrible lion that terrified the people in the area. Nemea started once the vine harvest was over and the crops were distributed. It included races and initation rituals respected nationwide in the honour of the goddess Nemesis, who was the protectress of this land. One of the high-level initation rituals was the ''purification fastening'', both biological and spiritual, which required the consumption of grapes for a whole month.