In Argolida, 8 km from Nafplio and close to the village of Pyrgiotika located on the way to Epidavros, the charming lodging "Opora country living" is an ideal place for a relaxing holiday.
Located in a 30 acres olive grove, they offer a panoramic view to the surroundings and a large outdoor swimming pool.
Built in the middle of the nature, the four cottages are comfortable, well equipped and offer quality services. They can accommodate from 2 to 4 persons.
The outdoor swimming pool area built in a perfect harmony with the environment, offers to the guests unique moments of relaxation and peace.
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Oporonas Master Country Living (×1 ) 65 m2
Oporonas First Floor (×1 ) 25 m2
Oporonas Ground Floor (×1 ) 25 m2
Oporonas Split Level (×1 ) 50 m2
Leave your car at the port’s parking and walk around the centre of the town which is full of interesting sights.
In the middle of the coast there is no way to miss the imposing medieval castle located on the small island called “Bourgi”.
The central square "Syntagma Square", is full of cafes, whereby you can enjoy your coffee in open air seating areas, in case the weather is sunny. Nearby you will also find the Archeological Museum, the Parliament and the historical building which was the seat of the first Greek government.
There are also many churches each one carrying its own great history.
Do not miss to visit the Folklore Art Museum and the Chaplet Museum. They are both worth visiting.
Akronaflia’s Castle is the meeting point for romantics and photographers. Walk through the amazing pedestrian zone which surrounds the castle. The Venetian style “Palamidi” castle (216 meters) dominates above Nafplio city. From there the view at the Argolida’s coast is amazing.
Start a nice walking tour passing from a flat pathway by the sea to end up at the wonderful sandy beach of Karathona. There is also a street taking you there by car.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the important archaeological sites of the area: namely Mycenae, Epidaurus and Ancient Corinth.