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When to go

It’s warm and sunny from April until early October, but crowd sizes peak in August, when the narrow mountain passes get congested.

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Getting there

  • Planes

    Athens is the region’s main air hub. EasyJet hooks the city up with the rest of Europe, with regular flights from London, Paris, Rome and Berlin (www.easyjet.com). British Airways (www.ba.com) and Aegean Airlines (www.aegeanairlines.com) also operate flights here. The drive to the East Peloponnese will take around five hours.
  • Boats

    The main gateways by sea to the East Peloponnese are Githio in the south, Patra in the north-west and Piraeus in Athens.
  • Automobiles

    Pick up a hire car at the airport, where Avis (www.avis.com) has a desk. From Athens, follow the national highways to Corinth, Tripoli and then Sparta. Monemvasia is well signposted from here.
  • Taxis

    The bigger towns have taxis to flag, but it’s best to ask your hotel for advice. In Monemvasia, try Dimitris on +30 6974 128278 or Tasos on +30 6980 567871.