Walks around the city
The Corinth Canal or Isthmus, Apostle Paul and Ancient Corinth come to your mind when you hear the word «Corinth». For many travellers, Corinth used to be the gateway to the Peloponnese. Today it is undoubtedly an attractive destination for all those looking for low-profile, quality holidays.
Panagi Tsaldari Square (Floisvos) – Ag. Nikolaos
The main coastal road of Corinth is dedicated to Archbishop Damaskinos. The Military Club, the Municipal Theatre and the University of the Peloponnese are located on Damaskinos street.
Shopping center and old market
The center of Corinth, ideal for walk, shopping gives you the feeling of a modern European Capital. It is noteworthy that Corinth became the first city in the world to place signed mosaics on sidewalks in 2010. The mosaics are works of the late painter Efrosini Hastoupi-Parousi.
Kalamia Beach – Trieris Pedestrian Bridge
The west coastal promenade of Corinth extends for the most part parallel to Kalamia Beach, the most popular beach in the city. It is easily accessible by following Georgiou Papandreou Street, which ends at the sea.