The staggeringly beautiful Peloponnese region of mainland Greece offers a profusion of captivating ancient sites, medieval castles, a countryside scattered with a plethora of citrus orchards and olive trees as well as a coastline boasting an almost infinite number of fine sandy beaches.
The first ever Olympic Games took place in this rather diverse region, and the area as a whole is liberally endowed with important archaeological sites, most notably Olympia, home of the Olympic Games, itself.
Our villas in Peloponneseoffer beautiful views and are close to a variety of amenities. We work tirelessly to ensure that all of the villas within our portfolio are fit for purpose so you can rest assured that you’ll have everything you need in any one of our Peloponnese villas.
Sumptuous sandy beaches, dramatic scenery and magical villages are all part of the deal on a Peloponnese villa holiday. The peninsula is a short drive from Athens and covers over 8,000 square miles of southern Greece. With such a vast area, there is so much waiting to be explored from ancient sites and castles to fantastic beaches and a gorgeous cuisine. Whatever you're seeking on your Greece villa holiday, Peloponnese has it covered!
Beaches in Peloponnese
There's an abundance of staggeringly beautiful beaches throughout the Peloponnese region. Our villas are located in the picturesque seaside village of Gialova which features both a long sandy beach ideal for families, and Divari or 'Golden' beach which serves up fantastic snorkelling opportunities. For total privacy while relaxing, ourvillas in Peloponneseoffer unlimited access to your own private swimming pool.
Nightlife in Peloponnese
Spend your evenings soaking up the ambience of the pretty seaside towns and watch the boats bob along the calming waves as the sun sets in the distance. This is what a villa holiday in Peloponneseis all about, allowing you to fully relax, unwind and recharge.
Food and Drink in Peloponnese
You can get your fix of all the well-known Greek specialties throughout the Peloponnese region, as well as indulge in local specialties such as Kalamata olives, tsouchti (pasta fried with cheese and egg) and pasteli - one for those with a sweet tooth!
History and Culture in Peloponnese
Peloponnese is known as the mythical heart of Greece and there are reminders of its rich and intriguing past almost everywhere you look. Be sure to visit the ancient site of Olympia - home to the first ever Olympic Games way back in 776 BC, as well as Sparta, the warrior state that was home to the legendary Spartans.
Facts about Peloponnese
Currency: Euro €
Flight Time: 3-4hrs
Time Difference: +2hrs
Capital City: Patras
Nearest Airport: Athens International Airport (ATH), Kalamata International Airport (KLX)