• Corinth Canal - Diakofto - Kalavryta - Cave Lakes - Monastery Of Agia Lavra
This tour, which ends at the Cave of the Lakes can be accomplished in two ways.
Heading for Peloponnese, we drive on the Athens – Corinth National Road. We make our first stop at the Corinth Canal in order to take beautiful pictures. We then drive towards Kalavryta, where in the location of ​​Diakofto you are given the option to either continue with your driver, or take the small train, the popular “Odontotos” (gauge rack railway), which will pass through a route more than magnificent. You will meet your guide back in Kalavryta. (I would like to stress out that the route of the train takes you through a virgin forest with huge plane trees, over ravines and parallel to the Vouraikos gorge. It is so beautiful that no one can describe it in words).
Continuing, after the village of Kalavryta, we make a short stop at the memorial of the citizens executed by the Nazis in 1943 and finally we reach the Cave of the Lakes. This is one of the most beautiful caves in Greece, where you can admire the stalactites and stalagmites, which have formed after the passing of many thousands of years. You must enter accompanied by a guide and once you enter, the spectacle is breathtaking!
After you finish visiting the cave, we return to the village of Kalavryta, in order to dine at a traditional tavern. After lunch we have the option to visit the monastery of Agia Lavra, one of the most historic monasteries, where the Bishop Germanos III of Old Patras raised the banner of the Greek revolution against the Turks.
Satisfied by the amazing day we had, we take the way back.
Duration: 9 hours approx
Price: 280 €      (Charge applies per car and not per person)
  • Corinth Canal - Cave Of Kapsia
The cave is located 15 kilometers away from Tripoli and near the village of Kapsia.
It is considered one of the most important caves in Greece. Human bones and pottery daily utensils have been found in it. It was explored for the first time by French archaeologist Gustave Fougères, in1887. The official announcement about this cave was made in 1911 when light lamps, tools and bone fragments were found.
Inside the cave, one can see the hall of “wonders”, which stands out for its amazing colors: red, blue and yellow which make up a work of art, made up by nature itself.
Starting from Athens, we head towards Peloponnese via the Athens - Corinth National Road, having on our left the Saronic Gulf. We make a short stop at the Corinth Canal to take beautiful photos and then continue towards Tripoli. Shortly before it, we leave the highway and drive to the village of Kapsia where we will find the famous cave. After we visit the cave and admire the work of art which nature itself built, we take the way back.
Duration: 6-7 hours approx
Price: 230 €      (Charge applies per car and not per person)
The cave is located on the eastern side of Mount Hymettus, at an altitude of 510 meters above sea level.
It is known as Peania Cave or Koutouki Cave. It was discovered in 1928 by residents of the area and mapped in 1954. The route inside the cave is about 350 meters long and impresses with its stalactites and stalagmites of various colors.
The distance to the city center is about 22 kilometers and our journey takes less than an hour. This tour can be combined with a visit to the wonderful zoological park in the area of ​​Spata, as well as the Sounion tour (Poseidon Temple) upon request.
Duration: 3-4 hours approx
Price: 90 €      (Charge applies per car and not per person)