Holiday Apartments Peloponnese and Holiday Accommodation Peloponnese
The name means "Island of Pelops" and comes from Greek mythology, supposedly the hero Pelops conquered the region. Polopennese is rich in history, the host of ancient sites such as Argos, Sparta, and Corinth. The peninsula is connected to the mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth, and the modern Rio-Antirio bridge. Who wants to spend holidays on a real island, will be able to get some helpful impressions below:
Sightseeing and a beautiful landscape - Peloponnese Holidays
There are many picturesque towns to visit, and many Peloponnese villas are available for vacationing. Nafplion is a great central location for visiting the architectural sites of Corinth, Argos, and Myceneae. Kalamata is the second-largest city in Peloponnese and home to the famous kalamata olives. It is also a pleasure to see the typical Kalamatianos dance. In Pyrgos visitors can see white-washed homes overlooking the Ionian Sea. The Panagia Episkopi church is here, as well as a lovely wine museum, and the Palea Volcano.
There is a wide variety of things to see and places to visit in Pelopennese. Many Peloponnese villas are self-catering to allow tourists get the most out of their trip. Olympia is the home of the Olympics, and along with setting foot in the ancient stadium, there are remnants of ancient sculptures to greek deities such as Zeus and Hermes. In Sparta tourists can visit the Museum of Olive and Greek Olive Oil, which shows the history of the olive, along with working olive presses. The Palamidi Fortress in Nafplion was built in the 1700s and is a magnificent sight of ancient architecture.
Peloponnese Villas - Wonderful places to relax
The apartments Peloponnese offers include beach views. In Elafonissos beaches, such as Simos or Sarakiniko, are quiet with crystal-clear waters. The beaches in Epidaurus are surrounded by pine trees, and close to Nafplion there are many beaches great for watersports. In Pyrgos Perissa Beach has black sand made from lava and Red Beach is made up of red sand. Some apartments Peloponnese overlook the Gulf of Corinth, others overlook the sea or a bay.
If you prefer to stay at home in your holidays, lovely alternatives to holidays Peloponnese are Holidays in Scotland or in South West England.
What are the most popular accommodations in the Peloponnese?
The most in-demand accommodations in the Peloponnese are house rentals and apartment rental. With 1,057 offers in the Peloponnese, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in the Peloponnese?
Prices start at just £36 per night. Most apartment rental in the Peloponnese are 67 m² and house rentals are 90 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly house rentals in the Peloponnese?
We have the perfect options for you and your furry companions. Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly type of accommodations in the Peloponnese and cost an average of £163 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in the Peloponnese ?
We can help you find accommodations in the Peloponnese for a group. On average, the house rentals has space for 5 guests.