The Peloponnese Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Peloponnese - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Nafplion 22

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Dimitsana 4

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Monemvassia 3

Mycenae 3

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Museum of the Olive in the Mediterranean

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Olives are thick on the ground in these parts, so it's only fitting that Sparta is home to a quirky and appealing collection of apparatus...

Sparta Acropolis

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

What little remains of Ancient Sparta's acropolis is now part archaeological site, part park. Locals can be seen here strolling, along...

Sparta Archaeological Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This eclectic collection reflects Laconia's turbulent history and is worth an hour to see Neolithic pottery; jewels and tools excavated...

Statue of Leonidas

  • Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue)

Stop a moment and contemplate the statute of the stern Spartan leader. During the Second Persian War in the 5th century BC, with 30,000...

Temple of Artemis Orthia

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

At this temple outside town, young Spartan men underwent krypteia (initiations) that entailed severe public floggings. The altar had...

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