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Arcadia

Arcadia is geographically located at the center of the Peloponnese, has large mountains (Mainalo, Parnonas and many others) and is washed by the Argolikos bay and the Myrtoan Sea. It presents remarkably varied natural contours , landscapes of unparalleled beauty, areas of extreme archaeological interest and historic locations. It was first inhabited by the Arcadians, one of the most ancient tribes of the Peloponnese, who created great cities.

Activities throughout Arcadia

Ski at the top of Ostrakina, in Maenalus. It has 6 ski runs, 3 sliding lifts, chalet, ski and snowboard schools (information: 27960-22.227).

Climbing in the location “Plateau of Ostrakina”, where there is a shelter (information: 27960-22.227, Hellenic Climbing Society of Tripolis: 2710-232.243).

Mountain bike in very beautiful trips in Maenalus and Parnon.

Motocross. The region is known to all those who love the sport.

Rafting and kayak in the region of ancient Gortyna, in the bridge of Atsiholos and in the rivers Lousios and Ladonas.

Trecking in the 32 national path, which is a branch of the Ε4 European path. It starts from Vitina, passes through Zigovisti, Dimitsana, Paleochori, the monastery Philosophou, the “Secret School”(kryfo scholio), the Agios Ioannis Prodromos monastery and Karitena and ends up in Gythio.

Canyoning in the riverside areas of Lousios.

Swimming in the indented beaches with the deep blue waters.

Excursions with enduro bikes

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