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Corinth Gulf

With an infinite number of large and small bays along the peninsula’s coastline and the dramatic mountains that plunge into the sea, the Peloponnese provides an endless panorama of impressive sights for those who sail around its shores. The Peloponnese – ‘Pelop’s island’ – is located south of the mainland, connected to it by a narrow strip of land, the Isthmus of Corinth. The Canal was dug in 1893, separating the Peloponnese from the mainland.

On its northwest coast, the Rio-Antirrio bridge, opened in 2004, provides a link with central Greece. Four stretches of water surround it: the Myrtos Sea to the east, the Ionian Sea to the west, the Gulf of Patras to the north and the Mediterranean to the south. If you’re a sailing enthusiast, these destinations will enchant you!

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Corinth Canal

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Methoni (Greek: Μεθώνη, Italian: Modone, Venetian: Modon) is a village and a former municipality in Messenia, Peloponnese, Greece. Its name may be derived from Mothona, a mythical rock. It is located 11 km south of Pylos and 11 km west of Foinikounta. The municipal unit of Methoni includes the nearby villages of Grizokampos, Finikouda, Foiniki, Lachanada, Varakes, Kainourgio Chorio, Kamaria, Evangelismos and the Oinnoussai Islands. The islands are Sapientza, Schiza and Santa Marina; they form a natural protection for Methoni harbour. The town is also known by the Italian name Modone, which it was called by the Venetians.

Gulf of Corinth

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Vonitsa is a beautiful venetian port on the Gulf of Amvrakikos or Amvrakia, with a new quay overlooked by an impressive Byzantine castle. Ashore you will find everything you need including banks, supermarkets, beaches and a good selection of tavernas and cafes. The town itself has its own unique style and ambiance which sets it apart from many ports in the Ionian than the rest of the Ionian. At night you can see the small church out on the Koukouvitsa spit as it is beautifully illuminated.

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