The prefecture’s capital is the region’s prominent administrative, commercial, financial and cultural center.
The city center has wide roads, parks, squares and a picturesque port with fishing boats. Beautiful pedestrian walkways entice the visitors for a stroll, a coffee and shopping, with monuments, museums and historical sites surrounding the city.
The settlement dating to 5000 B.C that was discovered in the Korakos region is testament to Korinthos’ habitation since the Neolithic Age. In antiquity Korinthos was one of the largest and most important cities in Greece. It played a significant part during the Peloponnesian War and after 200 B.C it became the capital of the Achaean Confederation. Under Julius Caesar it was elevated to the capital of the Achaia province. During the middle Ages it was associated with its impressive fortifications at Akrokorinthos (Acrocorinth). The charming town of Palaia Korinthos is situated on the site of Ancient Korinthos.
Korinthos is 84 km to the west of Athens.
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The Ranch is Greece’s first destination for events and conferences and the finest summer camp in the country.
Nestled on 400 acres in the Peloponnese in mainland Greece, it combines stunning natural beauty with top modern facilities in the Western-themed accommodations.
The Ranch is located 97 km outside of Athens.