Sailing around Peloponnese: An unforgettable sailing trip along the picturesque coastline

Sailing around Peloponnese offers a wonderful way to discover the beauty of the picturesque coastline and the fascinating history of this ancient region. From idyllic anchorages to breathtaking landscapes, this sailing trip offers unforgettable experiences for sailing enthusiasts. In this article, we will explore the best anchorages that a sailing trip around Peloponnese has to offer. We'll also take a look at key information about the region and useful resources such as maps and guidebooks. So set sail and immerse yourself in the sailing adventure around Peloponnese. 

The beauty of Peloponnese

Peloponnese, a peninsula in southern Greece, is known for its stunning landscapes, historic sites and charming villages. The coastline is dotted with secluded coves, clear turquoise waters and golden sandy beaches. Sailors have the opportunity to explore the calm waters and experience the stunning beauty of the region.

Sailing along the coast

Sailing route: from Porto Kagio to Mani

A popular sailing route around Peloponnese runs from Porto Kagio to the Mani region. This stretch of coastline has a variety of anchorages and harbours, allowing sailors to explore the area at their own pace. From Porto Kagio you can sail along the coast and discover the picturesque villages and bays that make this part of Peloponnese so unique.

Exploring the anchorages

During your sailing trip around Peloponnese, you will come across numerous beautiful anchorages. From secluded coves to lively harbours, there is a perfect place to anchor for every taste and preference. Some popular anchorages along the coast are Xigia Bay, Voidokilia Bay and Navarino Bay. Here you can enjoy the crystal clear waters, snorkel, swim and experience the tranquillity of nature.

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Lighthouse at Cape Tainaron in the Mani Peloponnese

View of the lighthouse at Cape Tainaron in the Mani Peloponnese, the southernmost point of mainland Greece.

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The importance of marinas

Marinas play an important role in sailing trips around Peloponnese. They not only offer safe anchorages, but also various services for sailors. From the supply of drinking water and fuel to sanitary facilities and restaurants, you will find everything you need for a pleasant stay in marinas. Some well-known marinas along the coast of Peloponnese are the marina of Kalamata, the port of Pylos and the marina of Nafplio.

Peloponnese Maps and Rother Hiking Guide.

Peloponnese Maps: Your ultimate navigation aids

To plan your sailing trip around Peloponnese in the best possible way, detailed maps are indispensable. Peloponnese Maps provide comprehensive information about the coastline, anchorages, marinas and much more. With these maps you can pinpoint your route, discover interesting places and navigate safely.

Rother hiking guide Peloponnese: Discovering land adventures

In addition to sailing, there are also numerous opportunities for land adventures in Peloponnese. The Rother Hiking Guide Peloponnese is a valuable companion when it comes to exploring the fascinating landscape and historical sites. From easy walks to challenging hikes, the hiking guide provides detailed information on the best routes, sights and natural diversity of the region.

Sailing around Peloponnese is an unforgettable experience that introduces you to the beauty of the Greek coast in a whole new way. From idyllic anchorages to historic sites, this sailing trip offers countless opportunities to explore the fascinating region. Use Peloponnese Maps and the Rother Hiking Guide to plan your trip perfectly and discover the highlights of the region.

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