The beaches of Corinth are excellent

You will spend idyllic moments when you visit them

Corinth has some amazing beaches to go diving, along the Corinthian Gulf, and to spend idyllic moments when you come to visit.

To begin with, the well-known Kalamia beach very close to Corinth is a pole of attraction as it has cafes and plenty of restaurants.

Also the sandy Kantare beach, right before you reach Lechaio village, is perfect either you have a family or not as it has many comfortable and great spots. In Loutraki you will find a beach that spreads in three kilometers, while Vouliagmeni’s Lagoon a bit farther will entice everyone visiting.

The Alkyonides Islands with the crystal clear waters and the gorgeous beaches  have become a famous destination recently. The wonderful Schoinos and Milokopi beaches are great choices too, as the second one is also for ideal for daring hikers.

At the Agioi Theodoroi beach and Kechri beach with the green waters you will enjoy swimming before you find yourself at Korfo and Lechaio villages where you can enjoy a quiet swim in the sea.

In Kiato and its cosmopolitan Vrahaki you should definitely make a stop at its beaches before you head to the pebbled beaches of Xylokastro and especially to the Sykia beach which never fails us.

So if you find yourself in Corinth don’t forget to take your swimsuit with you because you’ll definitely need it.

Milokopi Beach

One of the most beautiful beaches in mainland Greece, this heavenly beach is separated by a piece of land into the Small and Great Mylokopi, 2 magnificent beaches. The Small Mylokopi is sandy while the Great Mylokopi features rocky formations.

The water on both sides is of tremendous clearness with the color of turquoise. Mylokopi is favored amongst yacht owners and f ree divers.


Hard to access. Off-road route.
Heraion Lake, Vouliagmeni

In the region of Vouliagmeni, just a few kilometers from the center of Loutraki, embraced by a natural pine-forest, lies one of the most beautiful lagoons in Greece.

The whole landscape is simply awesome, a glimpse around just takes your breath away. Discover the grace of the ancient fairy, the peaceful  lake An island-like, sandy beach combined with a crystal clear, shallow blue sea, taverns and restaurants with seafood and premium Mediterranean gastronomy, sea sports and activities and an amazing beach-bar resto will showcase a dream scenery that will enchant you.

Blessed with nature it combines the sea and the mountains → →  10 short trips from Loutraki

Loutraki Central Beach

Just a stone’s throw away from Athens, the busy cosmopolitan beach of Loutraki with its endless lacy coastline, is always full of life and people. Indulge in the summer spirit and enjoy your refreshing drink or coffee in a sunbed by the sea.

This beach has 3.5 km length, starting from the Corinth Canal and ending at Loutraki's seaside park.

It consists of small pebbles and deepens quickly. Several cafe-bars along the coastal road, provide the bathers with sun loungers and umbrellasfree of charge.

Apart from diving into the crystal water, you may also relish sunbathing under the hot summer sun, lying on the pebbled beach next to the waves!

If you are a sports fan, opt for one of the exciting sea sports-windsurfing, jet-ski, sailing-and if you are lucky enough, you can even witness the little dolphin that appears by the coast from time to time!!!

Last but not least, don’t miss the utterly fascinating Loutraki sunset, one of the most beautiful sunsets in Greece.

Skalosia Beach

Isolated and accessible at the same time, it retains its wild natural beauty, uniting the mountain with the sea.

The visitor can find Skalosia, just 15 minutes after the road that leads to Lake Vouliagmeni, covering most of the distance on an asphalt road, before reaching a large set of stairs made of sea stones, which gives the final access to the pebble. beach.


Hard to acess. Off-road route.
Kalogerolimano beach

Situated in the area of Solygia (Sofikos), this exceptional beach of Fragolimano is located.

The pine reaches the sea, while its crystal clear waters lead to the large, pebbly beach.



A full day at Semeli Estate

Semeli was the mother of Dionysus, the god of wine and pleasure in antiquity.  Nemea's probably most beautiful winery was named after her, nestled in the heart of vineyards that spread at an altitude of 650 meters, letting the eye wander to the surrounding hillsides until it reaches the sea.

Semeli Estate, a small wine paradise in Nemea








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