Ancient Corinth and Wine Tasting

About Ancient Corinth and Wine Tasting

Visit Ancient Corinth, one of the most important cities in ancient Greece, before seeing a famous monument of the pre–Roman period - the temple of Apollo.

You'll start the day with a drive along the beautiful coastal road to the Corinth canal for a short stop. After this, continue on to Ancient Corinth where St. Paul lived and preached. Here, you'll visit the Agora and the temple of Apollo, an important monument of the pre–Roman period.

The tour continues with a visit to one of the most famous wineries in the Nemea wine region. Greece may well possess first place in the hierarchy of countries known for their tradition in viticulture. Not only because the Greeks have produced wine since the Neolithic Age, 4000bc, but also because wine has long been honoured, praised and worshipped in the name of the Greek god Dionysus.

Nowadays, Greek wine production, abiding by tradition but invigorated by modem technology, offers a wide variety of fine wines. Nemea is home to one of the most popular vineyards in Greece. You'll visit the state-of-the-art winery facilities and learn about the production of good quality Greek red wine. Then you'll visit the underground cellars which hold more than 1000 French oak barriques. Here you'll be able taste some of the best wines of the domain.

Special Information

  • Tour departs Fridays ONLY.
  • Tour starts at 08.30am and finishes around 3.30 p.m.
  • Duration: 7 hours.
  • Incudes Hotel pick-up from Athens Hotels only.
  • Pick up available from central hotels. Depending on where the clients are staying they will be pick up between 07:50 to 08:30.
  • Clients will need to ring the resort office on arrival to reconfirm their pick up time.