The Ancient city of Nafplio

In the city of Nafplio you can admire its Ancient Acropolis that is built on top of a conical hill, situated at an altitude of 270 meters from the sea and 170 meters from the surrounding area.

The Venetian Castle of Palamidi is at the east of Nafplio's town on a hill at an altitude of 216 meters. It was named after the local hero Palamedes, son of Nafplios. It was built and fortified during the second Venetian period (1686-1715) from Ziaxich and Lassalle. It is a typical baroque fortress and composed of 8 independent bastions.

Bourtzi, a small islet with a castle on it, has been erected by the Venetians, just outside the port, after the withdrawal of Pasha Maxmout in 1473.

How to come

What we organise for you

At Villa Dolphins, apart from the personal care of your needs and the creation of a warm atmosphere, we also deal with the constant improvement of the services we offer to our guests. We try to combine the best possible accommodation with your enjoyment and outdoors activities for a more "dynamic" holiday.

* Βoat trips around the island so that you can see all the hidden beauty and swimm in small beaches with no access from the road

* Horse riding in the picturesque mountains of Poros island, amongst the nature and the trekking paths.

* Fishing by a traditional fishing boat and a profesional with you to the rich fishing grounds around the rocky shores of the Poros island.

* Bicycling around the island or across on the mainland to visit beautiful places such as the Monastery, Neorio, the Lover's bay, the Russian Shipyard and even the min town of Poros island.

* Day trips to the other islands of the Argosaronic such as Hydra island, Spetses island, Aegina island, Agistri island

* Day trips by rented car or mini bus (with or without a driver) to archeological sites on the mainland such as Ancient Epidaurus, Ancient Corinth, Ancient Mycenae, Ancient Troizina or the Covered Tombs of Magoula etc.

Poros island

The scenic and popular island of Poros is a prime destination for both greek and foreign tourists due to its proximity and easy access to Athens.

Poros is the island of peace, romance and jauntiness. It is overgrown with pine trees which reach the rugged shores or the sandy beaches. The residents of Poros are like all islands, spontaneous, decent and hospitable.