We left from Katakolon,we went at Olympia,we spend there two hours for visiting the museum and the archaiological site,after we return back to the port!
Archaiological site, Museum and village of Olympia The ancient city of Olympia lies in the valley between Kladeos and Alfeios rivers, around 38km away from Katakolo. It was the most important religious and athletic place of ancient greece, despite … Continued
The castle of Chlemoutsi is known around Greece as the most well preserved medieval castle of the country. It is located 50km north of the port of Katakolo and by car the trip to there takes about 40 minutes. Its … Continued
The iconic beach of Agios Andreas, once the site of the sanked ancient port city of Pheia (Elis), is located just 3km away from the Port of Katakolo. Its forested surroundings with its crystal clear water and the amazing … Continued
The beautiful sandy beach of Kourouta is located 30km north of the Port of Katakolo. It is an organized beach with plenty of caffeterias, tavernas with fresh sea food and restaurants. The hotspot of Kourouta, besides the beach, is … Continued
Monastery of Panagia Eleousa That small monastery was builτ in the 9th century in the place where an icon of Virgin Marry (Panagia in greek) was found. Its is hidden in a forested canyon just a few hungred meters from … Continued
Olympian land Winery is a 150 years old estate that started its presence with the cultivation of raising and white grappes and today is producing small quantities of quality wines. By visiting the winery you can take a tour to … Continued
Mercury estate and winery is located 2km north of the Port of Katakolo in a beautiful area facing the Ionian sea. It has a 150 years long history of producing wine, oil and Corinthian grapes. During the tour you … Continued