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Frank's Yacht Station , Peloponnese, Greece

Frank's Yacht Station Marina is a small harbour situated in the town of Portochelion, in the Peloponnese Islands with access to the shores of the Aegean Sea. This area is the ideal place for those interested in sunbathing or enjoying fresh air and superb weather. Explore the surrounding hills and discover the hidden beauties of The Church of Christ in Chains (Christos Elkomenos in Greek) or the Methoni Castle. The Citadel and Treasury of Atreus is a superb place to visit and will dazzle you with its immense halls and one of a kind artefacts. If you are a fan of the Greek cuisine, you should visit the various restaurants spread around the city: Taverna Pyrostia, Pergamonto and I Trata. Taste the delicious Souvlaki or the traditional Ouzo in these spectacular locations. Relax on the marvellous beaches of the marina and book a room in the most luxurious hotels around that will pamper you and your loved ones: If Aks Hinitsa Bay, AKS Porto Heli Hotel, Nautica Bay Hotel and Best Western Rozos Hotel.

Facilities of Frank's Yacht Station

Drinking water

Bar

Electricity

Market

Dressing rooms

Shipyard

Sailing school

Crane

Laundry

Travellift

Ramp

Waste collection

Bilge Collection

Residual water collection

Seamanship

Service Station for ships

Restaurant

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Cancellation Policy of Frank's Yacht Station : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Peloponnese

The Peloponnese (/ˈpɛləpəˌniːz/) or Peloponnesus (/ˌpɛləpəˈniːsəs/; Greek: Πελοπόννησος, Pelopónnēsos) looks like a plane tree leaf and that is why it was formerly called "Morias". The charming Peloponnese is a beloved region in the south of Greece, which used to be a peninsula connected to the rest of Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth, in ancient times. Nowadays, the region is separated from the mainland by the narrow Corinth Canal, however there are many bridges connecting Peloponnese to Attica across the canal. It is a highly cultural area and has become very popular, being celebrated by many tourists from all over the world, especially during the summer season.

Its many natural beauties – mountains, forests, rivers and caves surrounded by the sea, sandy beaches, completed by monuments from every period of the eventful Peloponnesian history, breathtaking archaeologica... more info