The Saronic islands in the Aegean Sea are nestled between the Attica peninsula and northeastern coast of Peloponnese. These lovely Greek islands enjoy great sailing weather and calm winds for most of the year.
Home to the first Olympic Games in 776 BC, The Peloponnese are located on the southern side of the country and home to the most important archaeological sites of Greece, including Olympia, Epidaurus, and Mycenae.
Surrounded by sea from all sides, the region has amazing beaches. The most famous areas include Nafplion, Gythio, Monemvasia, and Pylos.