Corith’s center has wide streets, parks, squares and a picturesque harbor with fishing boats. The city was inhabited since the Neolithic Ages, as evidenced by a settlement dating back to 5000 B.C. which was discovered in the area of Korakou, while in antiquity it was one of the biggest and greatest cities of Greece.
It played a key role during the Peloponnesian War and after 200 B.C. became the capital of the Achaean League whilst under Julius Caesar’s rule it became the capital of the province of Achaia. Its medieval history is connected with its impressive fortress, the Acrocorinth (Akrokorinthos).
In 1858 a strong earthquake destroyed the city, which was rebuilt with good antiseismic specifications and a good town planning plan, 9 km north from the ancient town. In its place there is a small, cute village, the Old Corinth. It is located 84 km west of Athens.
Port and Canal of Corinthos with Approaches Nautical Chart
Official Nautical Chart of Hellenic Navy Hydrographic Service of Port and Canal of Corinthos with Approaches
Includes Corinthos Port, Scale: 1:5.
Harbor Korínthou is artificial, its entrance is open E and protected by a windward W breakwater 540 m long, which extends NE for 255 m and continues E for 285 m. Its outer side, protected by rock ballasting, has a parapet and the inner side is quayed.
The museum is located within the archaeological site of Ancient Corinth. The exhibition consists of two main galleries housing sculpture, ceramics, and minor objects from prehistoric through medieval date deriving from excavations in and around Corinth.
The ruins of ancient Corinth are spread around the rock of Acrocorinth, which forms a natural acropolis for the city. The archeological site of Acrocorinth is composed of ruins of the Temple of Aphrodite, the Temple of Apollo, a stone minaret and many more remarkable excavations of the ancient times.
Several large sand and pebbles in front of the settlement. At various points the beach is well organized with sun beds, umbrellas, bars, etc.
Left and right by the harbor in Korfos you will find two beaches with sand and pebbles. Blue waters and a magnificent view.
Pebbles, pine trees and crystal clear waters. Maybe you're alone since it is a relative deserted beach.
From Corinth shortly before arriving at Helen Springs you will find on the right is a small beach cove with sand and pebbles. The water is very clean and offers very good views.
Gorgeous bay with clear waters and pebbles. The pine trees reach the sea giving shade during the difficult afternoon hours.
Located south of Korfos, just above the boundary between Corinth and Argolis. The main road from the ridge leading to the impressive cliffs of the famous, from the Second World War, bay Selonda.
Leaving the village towards the Selonda at the left hand you will find yourself in a beautiful pebbled beach with crystal clear waters. Although the beach is an extension of Korfos is a little more remote and secluded.
A small creek just off the main beach. Crystal clear waters and natural pebbles and pines that meet the waves.
Usually preferred by families with kids to swim and of course the pine trees reach the beach.You should have your necessary.
From Kechraies and by a magnificent beach which stretches along the road to Canal Epidaurus blue waters. One of the best beaches in the Saronic Gulf.
Pebbles, pine forest that reaches the sea and of course crystal clear waters. Access by boat or hiking through the woods.
Pebbles,pine reaching the sea and of course crystal clear waters. Access by boat or hiking through the woods.
Pine trees reach the sand, ideal for the lovers of free camping, which can easily set up their tent in the shade.You should have with you the essentials.
Small beach with sand and pebbles. It is organized but offers privacy and seclusion.
Relatively large pebbled beach with a pine forest that reaches the sea. It is organized and has a relatively small number of visitors.
Located in Corinth on the road from Corinth to Epidaurus. It is a beach with crystal clear waters, is pebbled and there is very green, the trees reach the sea.
Kalamia is a beautiful pebbled beach organized in Corinth. You will also find cafes, restaurants and other shops.
The beach in front of the village of Kato Almyros. Large pebbled beach with crystal clear waters.
Located in front of the homonymous settlement. Pebbles and very clear water.
Access is a bit difficult but not impossible, it's worth trying a little extra to get there and the result will reward you, you meet a beautiful pebbled beach with vegetation. You should have your necessary.
Gorgeous little bay with pebbles, crystal clear waters and pine trees reaching almost to the sea. You should have the essentials with you.
We provide a full program of educational seminars for both beginners and advanced, and the necessary diving equipment. Our center has a classroom equipped with modern visual means, such as, DVDs, computers, projectors etc.