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Price and Availability Index for Peloponnese
Holiday Letting Price Information in Peloponnes
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Peloponnes. Peloponnese is most expensive in July (13/07 - 20/07), when prices are on average £98 a night. On the other hand, in April you will find the cheapest prices (27/04 - 04/05). The average price this week is £77 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Peloponnes
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Peloponnes (in %). The week with the highest booking rate is in February (22/02 - 29/02). Only 60 of the rentals are still available. More properties are available during one week of May (04/05 - 11/05), when the booking rate is only 14%.
The Weather in Peloponnes
You can see our climate diagram above. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Peloponnes, with temperatures falling below 9°. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is July.
Gods roam the hills near your Peloponnese holiday cottage
Straight out of Greek legend, holiday cottages in the Peloponnese are the beginning of a journey through ancient myth and modern beauty. Here, as myth would have it, Hercules fought the Nemean lion, Paris eloped with Helen of Tory, and Greek gods regularly walked the earth. Come and find out what drew them from their heavenly seat.
Uncover ancient Greece
Ancient Olympia is where the Olympic Games originated. Wander the gigantic UNESCO World Heritage-listed stadium and games buildings, and pore over treasures in the Archaeological Museum of Olympia, such as the famous Hermes of Praxiteles. Nearby Mystras is a colloquy of Byzantine palaces, fortresses, and churches flowing down the Taygetus mountains, close to Sparta.
The UNESCO-listed Theatre of Epidaurus is one of the wonders of ancient Greece. Pine forests encircle the site, perfuming the air over the 14,000-person theatre, which is still used during the Athens & Epidaurus Festival. Next door, you'll find the Sanctuary of Asclepius, a famous healing centre in the ancient world.
Water and wine
Dive to see a shipwreck in the Bay of Navarino. The Irene Serenade is one of the world's largest and most accessible wrecks. There are also three 19th-century Ottoman wrecks in the bay.
Take the Nemean Wine Route through the Peloponnese, which starts in the idyllic fishing village of Nafplio and winds through vineyards so ancient they once supplied the ancient festivals of Dionysus. Not far from Corinth, Gaia Wines' dry whites and Lafkiotis Winery's rich reds await your delectation.
The port city of Patras is host to one of the top carnival parties in Greece. Greek Orthodox Easter involves a Mardi Gras-like affair, filled with floats and raucous, costumed locals. The Athens & Epidaurus Festival, which takes place in July, is another festival not to be missed, and the Summer Festival of Argos-Mycenae brings performances to Argos' ancient theatre and other exciting venues.
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