- Tour Details
- About the Area
- Important Information
- Air-conditioned Coach
- English speaking Tour Leader/Driver
- Hotel Pick Up - Drop Off
- Vat and all legal taxes
- Anything that is not specified in the program as included
- Entrance Fees to archaeological sites
- Licensed Tour Guide at the archaeological sites
- Meals and Drinks
- Stop at the famous Corinth Canal to admire the view and take some photos to enrich your portfolio.
- Explore the ancient theatre of Epidaurus, known worldwide for its exceptional acoustics.
- Discover the archaeological site of Mycenae, home to mythical Agamemnon’s kingdom.
- Marvel at the Treasury of Atreus, a unique beehive tomb which has the world’s largest stone lintel above its dorway.
- Enjoy a delicious meal in a traditional greek taverna in the old city of Nafplion which was the first capital of the modern Greek state.
- Private Day Trip to Argolis
More about this tour
Argolis is one of the regional units of Greece, located in the northeast Peloponnese, centre of the ancient mycenaean civilization from 1600 to 1100 BC.
Most arable land lies in the central part of Argolis. Its primary agricultural resources are oranges and olives. Argolis has a coastline on the Saronic Gulf in the northeast and on the Argolic Gulf in the south and southeast. Notable mountain ranges are the Oligyrtos in the northwest, Lyrkeio and Ktenia in the west, and Arachnaio and Didymo in the east.
Argolis has land borders with Arcadia to the west and southwest, Corinthia to the north, and the Islands regional unit (Troezen area) to the east. Ancient Argolis included Troezen.