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Winery Private Tour (up to 10 hours)

Winery Tour to Nemea, Argos visits three wineries 

Departure & Return / for  Winery Private Tour: Traveler pickup/ drop off is offered to your hotel/ apartment in Athens center or Piraeus Port, at the arranged time of your tour departure or your tour return.  Please do not hesitate to request another pick up / drop off location.

Starting Time: We suggest that the tour starts at 9:00 am or earlier in summer time. If for any reason this is not convenient, you can adjust the time according to your needs. The tour starts with a convenient pickup from your location and takes you via Corinth canal to Peloponnese, then to Nemea wineries...

  • Group type: Private. This is private tour/ activity. Only your group will participate. Your tour/ driver provides informative commentary & historical details as you travel. 

  • Customizable: Yes. Attica travel suggested plan winey tour adapts to your needs.

  • Class of service: Attica Travel A 'class service offers non - smoking driver and vehicle, with a high level of cleanliness. The vehicle is exclusive to your team.

  • Tips: Visit the unique Monastery/ fort of Dormitory Rock in modern Nemea, with a panoramic view of vine yards.

What makes this tour unique?:

Visit most popular wineries in Nemea, Argos and the historical coastal town of Nafplion.
Your winery tour stars from your location (Athens, Piraeus). Drive via Corinth Canal to Peloponnese. Continue to Nemea (visit Site, Museum & Stadium). Our Winery tour in Greece, visits up to 3 different wineries. We visit their cellars and we learn about their varieties. We taste their wines and if you wish we buy their products in half price than Market.

Visit the unique Monastery/ fort of Dormitory Rock, with a panoramic view of Nemea Vine yards (see our Gallery/ Photos)
Continue to Nafplion (first capital city of Greece in modern time) the picturesque town nestling at the foot of a cliff crowned by the mighty ramparts of the Palamidi Fortress. Have lunch or dinner in front water, before our return to Athens.


Winery Tour

Follow the scenic coastal road to Corinth canal. We will stop at the Corinth canal with its breathtaking views (walk on the bridge, which is the highest point of the canal)

The marvelous man-made Corinth canal connecting the Aegean and Ionian seas, as well as the Peloponnese peninsula with the central part of Greece. 

Winery Tour

While the region is famous for its wine, it’s also well known for its incredible cultural sites, including that of Ancient Nemea, a must-see. A vast archaeological site, it includes not only the Sanctuary of Zeus but also the stadium where the Nemean Games took place, which honored the ancient Greek god.  Legend has it that it was also the place where Hercules slew the Nemean lion.

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Modern Nemea it still boasts 3,500 years of wine making history. If you are a wine lover, this region is a perfect destination for you. With several wineries and cultural sites to visit, the area is the absolute place to explore.

We will visit two popular wineries in Nemea.

Duration: 90' minutes

Winery Tour

Argos is a city in Argolis, the Peloponnese, Greece and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It is the largest city in Argolis and a major center for the area.

We will visit another popular winery in Argos this time.

What's Included

  • Air-conditioned vehicles, with high level of cleanliness (Sedan/ Minivan/ Minibus)

  • Wi-Fi on board

  • Bottled water

  • Private Transportation & includes: (Fuels, Toll Roads, Parking Fees) Guaranteed to skip the long lines (as Acropolis Hill)

  • Professional English speaking experienced Tour driver (with history knowledge) throughout the day

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What's excluded

  • Entrance Fees to Visit Nemea. Ticket in winter 4€ / Summer 8€ ( Includes: site, museum & stadium)

  • Winery cost (Tasting 8 different wines with snacks) Ticket from 5€ to 10 € per adult. 

  • Meals or Drinks

  • Gratuities (Optional)

Wine Tasting Events
We visit three wineries in Nemea & Argos
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