The Peloponnese is fast evolving into one of the most eclectic and multifaceted destinations in the Mediterranean, with myriad developments boosting its international reputation.


South Peloponnese

On the other hand heading south and east from homeport Kalamata, we’ll encounter even
more unique and unspoiled destinations such as Kardamili, Limeni, magnificent
Diros caves, Gerolimenas, the pirate den Porto Kagio, port of Githeio, the
seductive Elafonisos, the island of Goddess Aphrodite Kythira.

Southwest Peloponnese – Western Messinian

World famous beaches, historic castles, Mycenaean palaces, an important wetland and princely hospitality – all packaged in an ideal sailing holiday destination

East Peloponnese

Heading south from Athens, we’ll encounter destinations such as Spetses, Nafplio, Astros, Tyro and Leonidio/Plaka, Kiparissi, fjord of Yerakas, picturesque fishing villages that we approach, with views of the Myrtos Sea. A little before we reach the southernmost edge of the eastern Peloponnese, you’ll face the Monemvasia rock.

Ionian Islands

 Exploring the Ionian Islands in the months either side of high summer gives you the opportunity to enjoy every one of those incredible colours in ways you’ve never imagined.