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Tolo Nafplio

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The rocky peninsula of the Acronafplia comprised the walled settlement of Nafplio from ancient times until the end of the 15th century.The Acronafplia walls bear witness to its rich history, which it must be confessed, is a little difficult to follow, due to its long uninterrupted inhabitation. The current form of the castle, although quite changed by modern intervention, basically crystallized during
Ancient Citadel of Asini
The ancient citadel of Asini is located on the top of the hill next to sea, about a km before Tolo. With an intense life from the early years of the Bronze Age, as it was shown by the findings of excavations, reached the top during Mycenaean before Geometric and Geometric years. The ancient city was mentioned by Homer in the Iliad, and was the inspiration of Nobel laureate poet George Seferis for one
Kotsiomyti Museum - Physics History
At the Museum of each visitor has the opportunity to come and study tables illustrate and deliver comprehensible theory of evolution of life on Earth, from 570 million years ago until today.The displays of fossils the museum except out the huge collection of ammonites Epidaurus (Triassic period, phases' Karnio 235,000,000, 239,000,000 and Ladinio Anisio, 241.000.000chronia before ") and ammonites from
Another building of historical importance and offer in cultural events of Nafplio is "Trianon". During Turkish domination Trianon was mosque, while in the second period of Enetian domination it hosted Franciscan monks, cappuccinos and functioned as a Catholic church dedicated to Saint Anthony. In 1826 hosted the students of A' mutual-learning School in Greece.Today, it is used as cinema.
The Lion of Bavaria
In Michael Iatrou Street between the church of Aghii Pandes and the modern graveyard, the visitor will find an exceptional sculptured monument, one of the most important of 19th century Greece; known as the Lion of Bavaria, which dates from 1840-1841.The lion which is curved into the rock on a monument scale, seems to be sleeping. The sculptor of this beautiful monument was the German, Christian Siegel,
Municipal Theatre Nafplion
Municipal Theatre is located in Nafplio in the address VAS.KONSTANTINOU 34, Nafplio and contact details are the following: TeL. +30 2752023830 or +30 2752028607.The Subject Departments which have as an objective, and responsibility for the promotion and dissemination of theater and cultural enhancement of our region create performances with theater department, run seminars Plays with narration and
The Armansperg Residence
This is one of the most important mansions from the reign of Otto to be found in Nafplio. The building originally dates from the second Venetian occupation, but it was rebuilt in 1831 and the second floor was added.The house was home to the president of the regency, Count Joseph Ludwing von Armansperg, during 1833 and 1834. Armansperg was a highly controversial personality and he has remained best
Archaelogical Museum of Nafplion
The Museum of Nafplion is housed within the imposing three storey edifice of square Syntagmatos. In its rich collection which includes exhibits from the Early to the Mycenaean era and historic times, but also findings from prehistoric settlements of the region.It was built during the second Enetian domination (1686-1715) and specifically in 1713 during the rule of Agostino Sagredo. By Enetians it was
Mpourtzi consists the symbol of the city of Nafplion.The small fort on the island of St. Theodore. Mpourtzi, like many other buildings built in Nafplio by the Venetians in 1471 and according to others in 1473. It consists of a high octagonal tower, which is surrounded by low semicircular towers for the cannons to the east and west. A mobile chain closed up the entrance of the bay and Porto Cadena -the
The idea for Palamidi to be built had Morosini, Corner and Grimani. The plans were constructed eventually from Grimani, but the work was completed shortly afterwards by Agostino Sagredo. The entire complex consists of eight bastions which are connected with walls and communicate with each other. The fort communicated with the city by two roads, one was covered with a vaulted ceiling and later replaced
Palamidi fortress-Argolida
The castle of Palamidi in Argolida lies on a high hill (216m. a.s.l.) to the east of Acronauplia which was first fortified by the Venetians during the second Venetian occupation of the area (1686-1715). It is a typical baroque fortress, based on the plans of the engineers Giaxich and Lasalle. In 1715 it was captured by the Turks and remained under their control until 1822, when it was liberated by
Mycenae archaeological site
Mycenae 'Rich in Gold', the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon, first sung by Homer in his epics, is the most important and richest palatial centre of the Late Bronze Age in Greece. Its name was given to one of the greatest civilizations of Greek prehistory, the Mycenaean civilization, while the myths related to its history have inspired poets and writers over many centuries, from the Homeric epics and
Epidaurus archaeological site
In the peaceful hinterland of Epidaurus, with its mild climate and abundant mineral springs, is the sanctuary of the god-physician Asklepios, the most famous healing centre of the Greek and Roman world. The sanctuary belonged to the small coastal town of Epidaurus, but its fame and recognition quickly spread beyond the limits of the Argolid. It is considered the birthplace of medicine and is thought
The Treasury of Atreus at Mycenae
The most majestic of the vaulted tombs of Mycenae is the so-called "Treasure of Atreus", one of the largest and most perfect Mycenaean tholos tombs and the most impressive of the nine, which altogether have been found at Mycenae. Dated between 1350 and 1250 BC and is considered as one of the more mature samples of formula. After the Mycenaean era monument is no longer used as a tomb. Pottery Archaic
Tolo seaside village near in Nafplio
Tolos located 12 km south of Nafplion city and most part of the village is situated at the head of a beautiful bay. The village is both picturesque, romantic and undeniably idyllic.Tolo has a beautiful beach, which has a great reputation throughout the region. The clear sea, the extensive golden and fine sand and the excellent organization of the beach are some of the reasons they have established
Ancient Assini - Kastraki in Tolo
Near present Tolo, during the Mycenaean period Asini associated by street with Mycenae and was a seaport. Conquered and destroyed by the Argives. It was rebuilt and walled during Hellenistic times.Today there are traces of prehistoric settlement, parts of the majestic courtyard of the citadel, and Hellenistic towers that maintain their medieval repairs. On a hill opposite the citadel excavated Mycenaean,
Ancient Lerna in Argolida
Located 10ch.l.m. the village of Millers, are the ruins of ancient Lerna legendary ans it is an ancient seaside location of Argolida. It is famous in Greek mythology, because the struggle of Hercules with the Hydra. The area has always been famous for its abundant waters that feeds the Argolid plain and the water settled various populations thus inhabited the area in the Neolithic age and reached peak
Mycenaean Acropolis of Midea
Mycenaean Acropolis of Midea  is considered as the third most important fortified Mycenaean Acropolis of Argolida, after Mycenae and Tiryns. Mycenaean Acropolis of Midea is built on top of a conical hill at an altitude of 270 meters from the sea and 170m from the surrounding area .It is located in the middle of the distance between Mycenae and Tiryns dominating the eastern outskirts of Argolida plain. During
The low hill of Tirynth, was continuously inhabited from the Neolithic Age to Late Antiquity. During the Late Bronze Age, Tiryns fortified hill gradually and surrounds within the "Cyclopean" walls of the palace complex and other buildings used primarily by the ruling class as places of worship, warehouses and workshops as well as residences. In historical times, Tiryns, although it should have been
Mycenaean Cemetery of Dendra
Along the Mycenaean cemetery of Dendra extends to the south-western slope of a low hill, west of the Mycenaean Acropolis of Midea. The excavated part includes a vaulted and sixteen chambered tombs. The tombs differ both in terms of size and in the way that the burial chamber is configured. The graves had been used for burials, for long periods. The cemetery of Dendra is one of the richest Mycenaean
The historic industrial space of "Fougaro" is a landmark for Nafplio city since it is situated in the area formerly used as the Canning Industry "Anthos". The "Fougaro" aspires to become an Interactive Work of Art, triggering the mind and the senses Just three kilometers away from the city of Nafplio, situated in Aslklipiou St, the "Fougaro" has been transformed into a place of recreation and expressiveness,
Motor Vehicle Museum in Nafplio
The Motor Vehicle Museum is the long awaited and long desired result of passionate collectors through an orchestrated attempt to materialize a dream.The goal of the exhibition is a full observation-understanding of the developmental stages that the car has undergone in conjunction with the socioeconomic factors that have led to that development. Apart from the exhibition's educational nature, each
The Distillery Museum in Nafplio
Just before the declaration of the Greek state as an independent one, in 1840, Ioannis Karonis opens up his own raki-shop in Nafplio. Pioneers, as they have always been, the two Karonis brothers settled their own unit of spirit production, using distilleries and machinery, far beyond the grasp of their time from Germany and France and built themselves a state of the art factory.Production grows and
Chaplet Museum in Nafplio
In April 1998, the first and possibly the only Chaplet Museum were born in Nafplio, founded by Evaggelinos couple, who study and collect strings of beads from 1958. The grand journey to the "chaplet roads" dates back to 1963 and is still an ongoing one. This is how they got hold of a unique collection of chaplets which date from 1700 to 1950.  The Сhaplet Museum has welcomed and demonstrated its
National Gallery- Department of Nafplio
Under the management of Marina Lambraki-Plaka and with the initiative of the prominent citizen of Nafplio and ex-president of the State Audit Council, Apostolos Botsos, was the department of the Art Gallery in Nafplio founded in 2004. The neoclassical building where the gallery is held, houses a collection of works of art dedicated to the liberating cause of the Greeks against the Turks which underlines


A unique place, mysterious, bleshed, full of natural beauties and great culture, is still developing and captivates every guest.Nafplion is situated on the Argolic Gulf in the northeast Peloponnese. Most of the old town is on a peninsula jutting into the gulf; this peninsula forms a naturally protected bay that is enhanced by the addition of man-made moles.The area surrounding Nafplion has been inhabited
Tolo Nafplio
The village of Tolo is located at a distance of 12 km south of Nafplion and it is most built in a beautiful bay. Tolo today presents picturesque, romantic and undeniably beautiful characteristics.Tolo has a beautiful beach, which has a great reputation throughout the region. The net sea, the expanded and fine golden sand (which very aptly name the beach Psili Ammos-Fine Sand-) and the proper organization
Iria Nafplion
Iria is a small picturesque village in the municipality of Asini of the prefecture of Argolis. The ancient name of the area was "Agrii Limenes" (Roughneck Ports).It is divided in "Pano Horio" and "Paralia". The most famous feature is the small port, especially picturesque with many fishing boats. The plain is known for its great production of artichoke that is the economic saviour of the inhabitants.
Asini is a large village and 8 km far from Nafplio. The village has its own modern life and at the same time the communication with the tourist destiny of Tolo and the adjacent coastal Asini. It is built in the plain with citrus (mandarins, oranges). It has 1,279 inhabitants. At a distance of 500m, at the foot of the hill Profitis Elias is the picturesque village of Agia Paraskevi with 200 inhabitants
Candia is a small village with few inhabitants. Located within walking distance to Nafplio and insularity has a quiet, shallow and clean sea.Candia attractions that stand out are the Mycenaean citadel on the hill of St. Merciful, just above the village of Candia.Enjoy your swim and games of the sea on the beach of Candia, with choices of coffee - bars and restaurants which offer fantastic cuisine and
Drepano is well known for its picturesque steep streets, full of bougainvillea. On one side lies the beach Plaka and on the other lagoon, which connects Vivari with Drepano. Apart from the production of citrus, in the region has, also, been developed tourism. The stunning beach of Plaka allowed the creation of accommodation such as hotels, rooms and apartments, studios and organized camping ready to