The Peloponnese is a peninsula that constitutes the southernmost part of mainland Greece. The peninsula features “Arcadian” mountainous landscapes, gorges and lovely beaches and coasts. The Peloponnese is very close to Athens and offers you a variety of archaeological sites to discover.
This is a paradise for lovers of good food and wine. The olive oil of Kalamata and Laconia is considered among the best around the world. But the mythical land of the Peloponnese has also magnificent wines from Nemea (dubbed “the blood of Hercules”), Mantineia, and Messinia. The wine and the oil give birth to multitude of familiar and unfamiliar flavours and recipes: Honey-and-nut snaps, pancakes, fried flat-breads, dipping biscuits made with oil and grape must. All products from this sun-ridden land have one thing in common: their superior taste.
Botanical Holiday in Peloponnese, Greece autumn flowers
Small group trip
A delightful trip to discover the wealth of autumn wildflowers of the Peloponnese, Greece. Visit this paradise with flowering crocuses, colchicums, narcissus, cyclamen, snowdrops and many more. Guided botanical holiday where we expect plenty of sunshine and cultural experiences too! From €952 (8 days) ex flights. Departure date: To be announced
Botanical Holiday Tours -Peloponnese Mountains in Summer
Small group trip
Visit 2 mythical Peloponnese mountains in search of wildflowers and butterflies: Chelmos and Taigetos. Marvel at world famous archeological sites as well! This trip led by expert botanist Sotiris Alexiou is also suitable for solo travelers. From €1.055 (8 days) ex flights. Date: to be advised
Come to glorious Greece. Join a project that gives you the chance to enjoy areas of long sandy coastline whilst helping to protect the sea turtles, their nests and hatchlings so that populations can thrive once again. From €850 (ex flights) 9-days holiday. Date: 31 July 2017 Special offer: €100 off!