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Nafplion
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
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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
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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.
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Asini
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
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Kandia
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
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Drepano
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
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    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 the distribution stretches outside the city limits. Now, the products are being transported by boats and by train. In 1947, the firm follows the purchase of its own truck, which widens the distribution points even more. The Distillery Museum proudly presents tools, machinery and filed documents of the distillery house dated back from the 1880's. Take a close look at the very first distillery flask and the market invoice from France.

    Worth to visit the Museum Distillery, you will get a lot of new knowledge!