Food and wine day tour in the Peloponnese
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Attractions & guided tours

Food and wine day tour in the Peloponnese

Free cancellation
Language: English
Availability: See calendar
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: 12 hours
Safety measures applied
Do this because
  • Experience real flavors from Greece
  • Learn about the local culture and history from your guide
  • Push your senses to the limits - sample wines and learn to describe them
What to expect

On this Peloponnese food and wine tour see landscapes and experience real flavors from Greece which are not easy to find in Athens. Your first stop will be the Corinth canal, a manmade canal built in 1890 that connects the central Mediterranean Sea to the Aegen Sea.

You'll visit Ancient Nemea considered to be the best location for wine production in Greece, where everything revolves around wine and olive oil. Stop by one of the best wineries in the area, see their vineyards, taste some of their wines produced in Nemea and Santorini. Here you'll learn a lot about wine and its connection to Greece.

The area is also associated with Hercules' myths. One of the most popular ancient Greek myths was Hercules' first victory in defeating the Nemean lion. You'll find Lake Stymfalia is very close too, where Hercules eliminated the Stymfalia birds.

View the Temple of Zeus before heading off to a family owned olive estate and mill in Parapougki, a small village North of Kalamata. You'll get an active experience starting with the olive groves, a tour of the production process, learn the properties of the high quality extra virgin olive oil and end it with a hands-on tasting session and lunch in a traditional village.

You'll finish the tour in Ancient Messina, one of the most well-preserved cities of the ancient world. Here you will find many hidden gems such as one of the largest well-preserved ancient theater, the Sanctuary of Artemis, the Gymnasium and the Stadium. The Arsinoe fountain and the Klepsydra spring are where, according to the legend, baby Zeus was attacked after his birth.

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COVID-19 information
The following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
  • Visitor numbers are limited to reduce crowds
  • The experience complies with government regulations
  • Social distancing is enforced
  • Areas frequented by visitors are regularly disinfected
  • Hand sanitizers are provided for staff and visitors
  • All gear/equipment is sanitised between use
  • Visitors are required to bring and wear masks
  • Guides and all other staff are required to wear masks
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  • What's included
    • Guided tour
    • Visit to the winery and olive mill
    • Food and wine tasting at the winery and olive mill
    • Driver guide
    • Transportation
    • Water
    What's not included
    • Entrance ticket to the Messina archaeological site: €5 (1 October - 31 March) and €10 (1 April - 31 September)
    • Lunch
    Where
    • Omonia, Athens, Greece
    Meeting point:

    Please meet your guide in front of the HONDOS CENTER store entrance, on Omonia square. If you use the Metro, please exit at "3rd Septemvriou".

    What to remember
    • The minimum age to participate is six years old
    • Maximum number of participants allowed is seven people
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    When
    • Please refer to the calendar for updated starting times and availability
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    Provider
    EASY EXPERIENCES
    Booking fee
    Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
    Cancellation policy
    Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.

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