Take a look at Peloponnese
Peloponnese is a large peninsula with astounding natural beauty and ancient historical significance. Since the construction of the Corinth Canal in 1893, the land is now separated from the mainland, thus turning it into an island with the Saronic Gulf to the southeast. The region hosts the most important archaeological sites of Greece and is where you can experience Greece in its full splendour and charm with sun-baked temples, glorious beaches and welcoming tavernas set over stunning bays. Moor in historic ports, relax on some of the best sand beaches in Greece and enjoy some of the finest cuisine in the Mediterranean. Visit the ancient amphitheatre at Epidaurus, Nafplion, the first capital of Greece, the romantic Medieval Castle Town of Monemvasia or Elafonisos with sensational sandy beaches lapped by turquoise seas.