Nafplio is situated on the Argolic Gulf in the northeast Peloponnese. Most of the old town is on a peninsula jutting into the gulf; this peninsula forms a naturally protected bay that is enhanced by the addition of man-made moles. Originally almost isolated by marshes, deliberate landfill projects, primarily since the 1970s, have nearly doubled the land area of the city. Tourism emerged slowly in the 1960s, but not to the same degree as some other Greek areas. Nevertheless, it tends to attract a number of tourists from Germany and the Scandinavian countries in particular.

Στιγμιότυπο 2015-01-21, 1.52.35 μ.μ.

Nafplio enjoys a very sunny and mild climate, even by Greek standards, and as a consequence has become a popular day or weekend road-trip destination for Athenians in wintertime. Nafplio is a port, with fishing and transport ongoing, although the primary source of local employment currently is tourism, with two beaches on the other side of the peninsula from the main body of the town and a large amount of local accommodation. There are frequent bus services from/to Athens (KTEL).

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Sailing conditions 

Thermal winds with average 12-24 knots  from South direction during May till September. Shallow waters of the Argolic Gulf are an ideal destination for beginners to expert level.


 Wind statistics

Στιγμιότυπο 2014-12-10, 3.07.53 μ.μ.

Security advices

Swimmers maybe be possible during summer season specially July and August. Too shallow waters ride carefully. Many local riders during summer period practicing. There is local school during all summer period with rescue boat.

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