Category: Tours

Monastery of Malevis

Total estimated excursion time: 5:30 hours
119 km from Corinth city
204 km from Athens

Discover this beautiful Christian monastery in a peaceful, private & luxurious way!

Malevi - Monastery of Assumption

This tour is a visit to the Monastery of Malevis, which is one of the most famous monasteries in Arcadia, but also throughout Greece. The monastery is located on a hillside full of fir trees in Saint Peter's area. The first monastery was founded in 717 AD.

Malevi - Christian Οrthodox monastery

It is built in Parnonas, near the top of Malevou and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The reestablishment of the current monastery was made by the monk Joseph Karatzas. In the monastery there is a miraculous icon which is one of the 70 that are painted by Luke the Evangelist and since 1964 is welling Holy Myrrh.

The icon was brought by residents of Mount Athos to the first monastery in the Canal. Following the tragic end of the monks who died due to the extreme cold and the roaring winds, it was left alone and came to the place it is today. It repeatedly was found in some local bushes, and was constantely found illumined by a divine light. Three attempts were made to move the Icon to no avail, so a church was built at that location in 1116, and in the year 1362 the silver covering was added to the Icon.

We will remain there 2 hours to visit the monastery, watch the Holy Mass (monitoring of the Holy Mass if possible) and enjoy a coffee or a meal.

Please notice that there is a dress code for visits to the monasteries, ladies are required to wear skirts and gentlemen need to be in long trousers.






Mystras – Diros Cave

Total estimated excursion time: 7 hours
138 km from Corinth city
223 km from Athens

If you are a lover of history, museums, nature and Byzantine churches then this is the tour for you.

Mystras - Byzantine Castle

Our first stop is in beautiful Mystras, where you can visit its Byzantine Castle which is geographically located on the southern side of Peloponnese, close to Sparta Town (duration: 2 hours).

The Castle is actually an old town surrounded by Byzantine walls and with an imposing palace on top of the hill. Most of all this place is famous for its Byzantine churches with the impressive frescoes inside. The most famous churches are Agios Demetrios, where Konstantinos Paleologos, the last Byzantine Emperor was crowned, and Agioi Theodoroi with beautiful frescoes.

This mythical place will amaze you with its natural beauty..

Diros Cave

We continue to the final destination, Cave Diros, one of the most beautiful natural wonders. The Cavern is very uncommon because its half filled with water, so most of the tour is by boat.

First you will walk (300 meters) through a corridor into the rock and then you reach a platform in front of the water. The boatman is your tour guide who will coach you though the history of the Cavern. The total duration of the visit is 40-45 minutes, remember that inside the cave is quite chilly so you may want to take an extra layer with you.

Diros caves

Next to Diros Cave there is its Neolithic Museum. We shall stay 2,30 hours to visit both the Cavern and its Museum and have time for a coffee or meal.

Opening times

JUN-SEP: 8.30-17.30, OCT-MAY: 8.30-15.00 (closed Mondays)









Total estimated excursion time is: 8:30 hours
221 km from Corinth city
306 km from Athens

A Hidden 'Fortress Town' perched on an island in Greece.. Not enough curious? Words cannot describe the beauty of this place..

Monemvasia from above

This time our destination is magnificent Monemvasia!

Monemvasia is an impressive castle town in south eastern Peloponnese. This town was constructed invisible from the mainland to avoid enemy attacks. It can be seen only from the sea and only a narrow pathway connects it to the mainland. A walk around the paved streets of the castle town is like a trip back in time. Τhe elegant stone mansions and the Byzantine churches, such as the church of Agia Sofia and of Christ Elkomenos are distinguished in the Castle.

You will have 3 hours to visit the castle, walk around the beautiful town with its characteristic shops cozy cafes and restaurants.

Monemvasia - local shops with a great variety of local products
Monemvasia's narrow streets






Nemea – Mycenae – Nafplion – Epidaurus

Total estimated excursion time:  8 hours
34 km from Corinth city
119 km from Athens


Nemea - Zeu's Sanctuary

Our first stop is the Archeological site of Nemea where we admire the sanctuary that was set up for Zeus, the father of Heracles, and The Stadium of Nemea. According to mythology, it was where Heracles killed the Lion of Nemea.

There you can visit the Archeological Museum, where besides the exhibits from the Zeus’ sanctuary, the museum collections include finds from various archaeological sites in the Nemea region, which span from the Early Neolithic to the Byzantine times..

Mycenae - Lion's Gate

We continue with a 20 min drive to Mycenae, the historical setting for much of ancient Greek literature, including the works of the poet Homer. Here you will visit the archeological site, home to the Lionesses Gate, and the tomb of King Agamemnon.

Visit the archaeological site, home to the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon. You will see the Lion’s Gate, the Cyclopean Walls, the Royal Tombs, including Agamemnon Clytemnestra's, the Treasury of Atreus and the famous Acropolis of Mycenae (approximately 1 hour).

Mycenae - Interior of the Treasury of Atreus is an impressive "tholos" beehive shaped tomb on the Panagitsa Hill at Mycenae. UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site, Peloponnese, Greece

Then we will visit the city of Nafplio, the first capital of modern Greece. Enjoy strolling around the old town, have a coffee beside the sea viewing the fortified Bourtzi islet. In addition you will have the opportunity to visit two UNESCO'S world heritage monuments, the city of Nafplia is like a living museum.

You can admire the Venetian fortress of Palamidi, the Acronafplia with its stunning vista of the Argolic gulf, to reach the top, you must climb 999 steps. You will have 2,50 hours  to to wander around one of the most beautiful towns in the world.

Nafplio - Palamidi view

The final stop of the tour is the city of Epidaurus, home to the World Heritage listed ancient theatre and believed by ancient Greeks to be the birthplace of Apollo’s son Asklepios.

The theatre at Epidaurus is perhaps the best preserved theatre of ancient Greece and is still used today during the summer due to its amazing acoustics. Finally we take the road back for our departure point.

Ancient Theatre in Epidaurus (also Epidauros, Epidavros) built in 340 BC. This beautiful and best preserved theatre is on UNESCO World Heritage List since 1988