A place full of historic memories as well as a rich present that combines steep mountains with picturesque indented coastlines, Peloponnisos is unbreakably connected with Greek history. Argos is inhabited from the prehistoric years until today uninterruptedly, and is considered the oldest Greek city. Tegea with the famous sanctuary of the temple of Alea Athena, Tripoli with the silent two-storeyed houses with the wooden balconies as well as the magnificent neoclassical buildings, charms the visitor. Leaving Tripoli behind and following the winding road we arrive at Laconia with its wild beauty and its stone towers. The visit begins from the Mystras, a ghost city that used to be the capital of the Byzantine and Venetian Morias. The visit continues with Vathia, the old town in the region of Mani, then next stop to Monemvasia. Built on an imposing rock in the sea, stands up this medieval castle town, wich was remained intact all these centuries. Githio coming next and very close the well known caves of Diros. Then come Areopolis and Itilon and finally Sparta, with its long history and ancient power where one can see the grave of Leonidas and the remains of the ancient city.
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