Daily TripsEpidaurus: Located approximately 30 km from Nafplio, Epidaurus is home to an ancient Greek theater, famous for its acoustics. The site also includes the ruins of a sanctuary dedicated to the healing god Asclepius.
Mycenae: Located approximately 20 km from Nafplio, Mycenae is an ancient Greek city that was once the center of the Mycenaean civilization. The site includes the ruins of a palace, fortifications, and tombs.
Monemvasia: Located approximately 100 km from Nafplio, Monemvasia is a fortified town on a small island connected to the mainland by a causeway. The town is known for its medieval architecture and picturesque alleys.
Hydra: Located approximately 2 hours away from Nafplio by boat, Hydra is a beautiful island known for its traditional architecture, crystal-clear waters, and relaxed atmosphere.
Nemea: Located approximately 35 km from Nafplio, Nemea is famous for its vineyards and wine production. The site also includes the ruins of an ancient Greek stadium and temple dedicated to the god Zeus.
Spetses: Located approximately 1.5 hours away from Nafplio by boat, Spetses is a picturesque island known for its neoclassical architecture, pine forests, and crystal-clear waters.
Vytina: Located approximately 1.5 hours away from Nafplio by car, is a mountain village considered a traditional settlement.
Pylos: Located approximately 2 hours away from Nafplio by car, historically also known as Navarino is the site of one of the most important Mycenaean settlements. It is considered one of the best preserved and best excavated of the major palaces.