The Peloponnese is the southernmost part of the Balkan Peninsula and mainland Greece. It is situated between the Ionian and Aegean Sea. It is connected to the land by the Corinth Isthmus and crossed by the Corinth Canal. From the north, Peloponnese is limited by the Gulf of Corinth and Patraska.
The characteristic of Peloponnese Peninsula is a jagged shoreline, full of charming coves and hidden beaches. On the Peloponnese coast, the beaches are mostly sandy, with fine, light sand. However, there are also rocky precipices or mountain slopes. The area is covered with Mediterranean vegetation. There are plenty of olive, banana and orange orchards. There are beautiful sandy beaches with clear crystal water, wild mountains, deep gorges and picturesque valleys. The most popular resort of the Peloponnese is Tolo in Argolis with sandy beaches and transparent water. You can find there a large range of hotels, bars and cafes. The Peloponnese is an ideal destination for those who enjoy sightseeing. Here you can admire find the most famous archaeological monuments of Greece: Olympia, Mycenae, Epidaurus, Corinth and Mistria.