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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.
In Loutraki visitors find one of the most sophisticated hydrotherapy centers coexisting harmoniously with the unique architecture building classic luxury baths of 1934. In the area there are pools, rain showers, saunas, mud and thalassotherapy centers.
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.
Further along from Astros, an area covered in olive, lemon and orange groves you reach Paralio Astros, a pebbled beach with crystal clear waters that attracts thousands of visitors. The fish tavernas, bars and coffee shops as well as the hotels on the coast will satisfy your every need.
The beach of Sampatiki with the graphic small port and the beautiful small settlement constitutes a point of attraction for many tourists during summertime. On the beach the small church of Virgin Mary can be found , while in the bight they tie up a lot of fishing boats.
Poulithra is a picturesque seaside village, 9 km southeast of Leonidio, the capital of Kynouria of Arkadia and southern of Plaka. It combines harmoniously the mountain with the sea as it is located 2 km from the beach and is enhanced by the presence of the beautiful natural environment which surrounds the area.
The beautiful sandy beach of Agia Paraskevi is located in a sheltered cove on the western coast of Spetses, 12 kilometres from Dapia. Agia Paraskevi beach is one of the most popular beaches on the island and a pole of attraction for travelers due its beautiful colours and the beach facilities it offers.
The Caves of Frachti is a mysterious place, where you will find one of the top routes in Greece. It consists of some huge caves above the sea, but if you penetrate through the enormous caverns to the last chamber, a steep slab 25m high allows you to climb out into the entrance.
Porto-Heli Scuba Club is based in Porto Heli, 180 km south of Athens, on the shores of the beautiful Argosaronic Gulf. Our dive base is located just a short drive from PortoHeli where the warm, crystalline waters offer exceptional visibility with a wide range of marine flora and fauna.