The Principality of Achaia

In a place of Greek culture’s consistent presence from the glorious ancient times to the Byzantine Empire and the modern Greek State, who would have imagined that for more than two centuries a part of the peninsula had been ruled by Knights and Crusaders? The Principality of Achaia was established by French Knights in the north-western Peloponnese from 1205 to 1432 when it was abolished by the Despot of Morea, Thomas Paleologos.

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Ancient Olympia

Birthplace of the Olympic Games and the most well-known sanctuary of ancient Greece, the Ancient Olympia is one of the top attractions you must visit if you travel to Peloponnese. The Ancient Olympia is located in Ilia (Elis) in the western side of the Peloponnese peninsula, in the valley of Alphios river, at the foot of Mount Kronios.

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Western Peloponnese – 2 days tour

The place where Olympics were born A different aspect of Peloponnese is presented in the Western part of Peloponnese, this full of miracles peninsula that is divided into magnificent smaller regions and each and every one offers to the guests a completely unique experience. In the Ilia region, you will visit the legendary Ancient Olympia, where […]

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