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Kranidi is a charming town located in the Argolis region of the Peloponnese, known for its picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and vibrant culture. It is built amphitheatrically offering spectacular views of Porto Heli and Ermioni.

Explore the Town: Begin your exploration by wandering through the narrow streets of the Old Town, where you'll find traditional Greek architecture, whitewashed buildings, and quaint taverns serving authentic local cuisine.

Discover Historical Sites: Don't miss the opportunity to visit historical sites such as the metropolitan church of St. John the Baptist, built in 1852 by the Italian architect Jacobo Sebastino and the monastery of Agia Anna built in the 13th century showcasing beautiful architecture and religious significance.

Visit the Folk Art Museum: Founded in 2000 the Folk Art Museum offers insights into the local history, customs, and way of life through exhibits of everyday objects, traditional costumes and old clothes.

Visit the windmills: On a hillside just outside Kranidi, three traditional windmills are preserved, fully restored and operating as a tourist attraction.

Outdoor Activities: Nature lovers can indulge in outdoor activities such as hiking in the surrounding hills, exploring hidden coves along the coast, or dive in the crystal-clear waters of the Argolic Gulf.

Taste Local Cuisine: Sample traditional Greek dishes at local taverns, where you can savor fresh seafood, grilled meats, Greek salads, and other regional specialties. Don't forget to pair your meal with a glass of local wine or ouzo.

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