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Katakolo Shore Excursions

Katakolon is a picturesque fishing port and the gateway to Ancient Olympia, the birth-place of the Olympic Games. Using Katakolon as a starting point, the passengers can see the marvelous Ancient Olympia with the Olympic Stadium along with the classical temples and then visit the archaeological museum hosting the famous statues of Hermes, Apollo and Nike.

For those who love nature and wine, the choice of an excursion to Mercouri winery is ideal where you can savor the special local wine and home-made snacks. Finally there is the alternative of a tour to the modern city of Pirgos for the ones who wish to blend in the Modern Greek city life.

Whatever your style is, Geo Travel provides you with an experience of excursions which will fill you with good memories using our knowledge, selected vehicles and professional staff.

Special Offer Katakolon port

Excursion from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia Enjoy a tour from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia on a special price! Upon your arrival in Katakolon you can join a special offer tour from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia, the birthplace…

Tour from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia & museum with lunch

Tour from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia & museum with lunch Enjoy a visit to Olympia and a traditional meal to a Greek restaurant! Recommended for groups of minimum 10 people and travel Agencies Our representative will meet you upon…

Tour from Katakolon port to Mercouri winery with wine tasting

Tour from Katakolon port to Mercouri winery with wine tasting Savor some of the finest Greek wines and visit a unique estate with a view to the Ionian Sea! Recommended for groups of minimum 10 people and travel Agencies This…

Tour from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia and Pyrgos city

Tour from Katakolon port to Ancient Olympia and Pyrgos city Combine a visit to the birthplace of the Olympic Games with the modern city of Pyrgos! Recommended for groups of minimum 10 people and travel Agencies This excursion provides you…

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