The smallest finger from the palm of the Peloponnese, Argolida is one of the richest in life in Greece. From the wilderness of the mountain landscape and wonderful beaches, the region accepts visitors all year around. The residents of the prefecture are mainly engaged in agriculture, fishing and tourism, as the beautiful beaches combined with the temperate climate make this place a livelihood for many tourists.
If you are interested in Greek history you must go to Argolida in Peloponnese at the most famous ancients sites such as the Mycenaean kingdom and Epidaurus. The main regions prefecture of Argolida are Argos, Epidavros, Nafplio, Porto Heli, Tolo.
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How To Get There
Buses - With Bus Services (KTEL) visitors from Athens can benefit from easy and quick access to various cities in Argolida such as Argos, Nafplio, Lygourio, Epidauros and Kranidi. The bus station (KTEL) in Athens is at 100 Kifisou Avenue, from where the buses leave for all the areas mentioned above. From Argos there are frequent routes for various smaller villages in Argolida and daily routes for Nafplio, Mycenae and Nemea. Argolida’s bus services connect the city of Nafplio with various other places in the nome. Specifically the routes are: Vivari- Kantia- Iria, Ancient Asini Castle- Tolo, Asclypeiou Theater (Epidauros)- Lygourio. There are also routes to Ancient Epidauros, Drepano, New Kio, Kiberi and Mycenae.