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Kato Alepochori Marina, Peloponnese, Greece

Kato Alepochori Marina is a quiet port located in the city with the same name, in Corinth Bay. Providing access to the shores of the Ionian Sea, Kato Alepochori is chosen by many yacht owners especially in the summer. Many interesting landmarks with a strong Venetian influence can be found along the long streets. From here you can visit the Monastery of Profitis Ilias and the chapels of Αgios Dimitrios, Αgios Athanasios, Agia Triada and Agia Marina on Pastra Mountain, or conquer the Petrogeraki Peak. Also, you can rent a car and visit the town of Psatha, swim in its fantastic gulf in the surrounding mountains and taste the famous seafood dishes at Cavo Doro, right on the beach. You can find accommodations very close to the city centre. Studio Efthimiou, Agnanti Village and Pagoni Hotel are the best hotels in town. If you enjoy the traditional Greek cuisine, we suggest visiting the many restaurants scattered across the city: To Meltemi, Liakouri, Psarris I Nikolaos and Drikos Satirios.

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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