Private Shore Tours

Cost: Upon Request Duration: 4-9 hours
Locations: Piraeus-Nafplion-Katakolon Ports Testimonials:
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If you are taking a cruise and you are stopping at Piraeus, Nafplion, or Katakolon ports what could be better knowing that we will be there to pick you up in the morning and drop you off before your ship departs? So, if you are looking for a private tour with your family and/or friends, we can help you organize an ideal day trip to Athens, Nafplion or Ancient Olympia, and the surroundings. Our tours are private with a very flexible itinerary.

From Piraeus Port

1. Half Day Athens

includes a visit to: The Acropolis (“Parthenon” dedicated to Athena Parthenos, “Erechtheion” dedicated to Athena Polias, “Propylaea” the monumental entrance to the sacred area, “Temple of Athena Nike” dedicated to Athena-Apteros Nike, “Caryatides”, “Herodeon Theater”, the ruins of the “Theater of Dionysus” and finally “Areopagus” [Mars Hill]), The Temple of Zeus (which is the largest ancient temple in Greece in the Corinthian order), The Panathenaic Stadium ([Kallimarmaro]; the original stadium built in the 1863 for the first modern Olympic games in 1896), The Hill of Lycabettus, The Old Palace, The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier in front of The Parliament & The Changing of The Guards, and finally The Plaka (which is Athens’ oldest and most picturesque neighborhood. It is stone-paved, with narrow streets, and is full of gyros places, tavernas and souvenir shops). Duration 5 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Acropolis [20 Euros], Temple of Zeus [6 Euros].
From November 1st to March 31st: Acropolis [10 Euros], Temple of Zeus [3 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From and to the port (1h)
    • Acropolis (about 1h30m)
    • Temple of Zeus, Panathenaic Stadium, Hill of Lycabettus, Old Palace, Tomb of The Unknown Soldier & Changing of The Guards (1h30m)

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2. Half Day Cape Sounion

includes: a wonderful drive along the scenic coastal road of the Saronic Gulf passing through some of Athens most beautiful suburbs like Glyfada, Lake of Vouliagmeni, and Varkiza. In Cape Sounion you will visit The Temple of Poseidon [5th century B.C ] with one of the most breathtaking panoramic views in the world. On a clear day you can see at least seven islands and you will have lunch by the sea. Duration 5 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: From April 1st to October 31st: Cape Sounion [8 Euros].
From April 1st to October 31st: From April 1st to October 31st: Cape Sounion [4 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Athens to Cape Sounion (1h15m)
    • Lake of Vouliagmeni (15m)
    • Temple of Poseidon (45m)
    • Lunch or Dinner (1h30m)
    • Drive back to Athens (1h15m)

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3. Half Day Ancient Corinth

includes a visit to: The Canal (which is about 6 km long and connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea), Diolkos (a paved trackway near Corinth which enabled boats to be moved overland across the Canal), Acro-Corinth (fortress Acropolis of Ancient Corinth and Medieval Corinth, being on a steep of a rocky hill 575 meters high at its highest peak, with uninterrupted views across the Corinthian and Saronic Gulfs), and finally Ancient Corinth (“Peirene Fountain“, “Temple of Appollo” [6th c. BC with 1st c. AD restorations], “Bema of St Paul” Roman Forum, “Odeon“, “Amphitheater“, “Glauke Fountain“, “Long Walls” that begin at the summit of Acro-Corinth and descend all the way to Lechaion). Duration 5 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Acro-Corinth [2 Euros], Ancient Corinth [8 Euros].
From April 1st to October 31st: Acro-Corinth [1 Euro], Ancient Corinth [4 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Athens to the Canal (1h)
    • Canal (30m)
    • Diolkos (30m)
    • Acro-Corinth (30m)
    • Ancient Corinth (1h30m)
    • From Ancient Corinth to Athens (1h)

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4. Full Day Athens

includes a visit to: The Acropolis (“Parthenon” dedicated to Athena Parthenos, “Erechtheion” dedicated to Athena Polias, “Propylaea” the monumental entrance to the sacred area, “Temple of Athena Nike” dedicated to Athena-Apteros Nike, “Caryatides”, “Herodeon Theater”, the ruins of the “Theater of Dionysus” and finally “Areopagus” [Mars Hill]), The Temple of Zeus (which is the largest ancient temple in Greece in the Corinthian order), The Panathenaic Stadium ([Kallimarmaro], the original stadium built in the 1863 for the first modern Olympic games in 1896), The Hill of Lycabettus, The Old Palace, The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament & The Changing of The Guards, The Catholic Cathedral, The “Neoclassical Trilogy” [Academy, National Library, First University of Athens], The Plaka (which is Athens’ oldest and most picturesque neighborhood. It is stone-paved, with narrow streets, and is full of gyros places, tavernas and souvenir shops) for lunch and free time, and finally The Acropolis Museum (collections: “Gallery of the Slopes of the Acropolis“, “Archaic Acropolis Gallery“, “Parthenon Gallery“, “Propylea- Athena Nike- Erechtheion” and “From the 5th c. BC to the 5th c. AD). Duration 8-9 hours.

  • Entrance fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Acropolis [20 Euros], Temple of Zeus [6 Euros], Acropolis Museum [5 Euros].
From November 1st to March 31st: Acropolis [10 Euros], Temple of Zeus [3 Euros], Acropolis Museum [5 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From and to the port (1h)
    • Acropolis (2h)
    • Temple of Zeus, Panathenaic Stadium, Hill of Lycabettus, Old Palace, Tomb of The Unknown Soldier & Changing of The Guards, Catholic Cathedral, Neoclassical Trilogy (1h30m)
    • Plaka for lunch and free time (2h30m)
    • Acropolis Museum (1h30m)

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5. Full Day Athens & Cape Sounion

includes a visit to: The Acropolis (“Parthenon” dedicated to Athena Parthenos, “Erechtheion” dedicated to Athena Polias, “Propylaea” the monumental entrance to the sacred area, “Temple of Athena Nike” dedicated to Athena-Apteros Nike, “Caryatides”, “Herodeon Theater”, the ruins of the “Theater of Dionysus” and finally “Areopagus” [Mars Hill]), The Acropolis Museum* (collections: “Gallery of the Slopes of the Acropolis“, “Archaic Acropolis Gallery“, “Parthenon Gallery“, “Propylea- Athena Nike- Erechtheion” and “From the 5th c. BC to the 5th c. AD), and finally Cape Sounion (which includes a wonderful drive along the scenic coastal road of the Saronic Gulf passing through some of Athens most beautiful suburbs like Glyfada, Lake of Vouliagmeni, and Varkiza. In Cape Sounion you will visit The Temple of Poseidon [5th century B.C] with one of the most breathtaking panoramic views in the world. On a clear day you can see at least seven islands and you will have lunch by the sea).*The Acropolis Museum can be replaced by The Temple of Zeus (which is the largest ancient temple in Greece in the Corinthian order), The Panathenaic Stadium ([Kallimarmaro]; the original stadium built in the 1863 for the first modern Olympic games in 1896), The Old Palace, The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier in front of The Parliament & The Changing of The Guards. Duration 9 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Acropolis [20 Euros], Acropolis Museum [5 Euros], Cape Sounion [8 Euros], Temple of Zeus [6 Euros].
From November 1st to March 31st: Acropolis [10 Euros], Acropolis Museum [5 Euros], Cape Sounion [4 Euros], Temple of Zeus [3 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From the port to Acropolis (30m)
    • Acropolis (2h)
    • Acropolis Museum (1h30m)
    • Cape Sounion, lunch, drop off at the port (4h30m)
    • *Temple of Zeus, Panathenaic Stadium, Old Palace, Tomb of The Unknown Soldier & Changing of The Guards (1h30m)

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6. Full Day Athens & Ancient Corinth

you will basically visit The Canal (which is about 6 km long and connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea) in the morning, Ancient Corinth (“Peirene Fountain“, “Temple of Appollo” [6th c. BC with 1st c. AD restorations], “Bema of St Paul” Roman Forum, “Odeon“, “Amphitheater“, “Glauke Fountain“, “Long Walls” that begin at the summit of Acro-Corinth and descend all the way to Lechaion), drive to Athens and have lunch and free time in Plaka (which is Athens’ oldest and most picturesque neighborhood. It is stone-paved, with narrow streets, and is full of gyros places, tavernas and souvenir shops) and finish up with The Acropolis (“Parthenon” dedicated to Athena Parthenos, “Erechtheion” dedicated to Athena Polias, “Propylaea” the monumental entrance to the sacred area, “Temple of Athena Nike” dedicated to Athena-Apteros Nike, “Caryatides”, “Herodeon Theater”, the ruins of the “Theater of Dionysus” and finally “Areopagus” [Mars Hill]), The Temple of Zeus (which is the largest ancient temple in Greece in the Corinthian order), The Panathenaic Stadium ([The Kallimarmaro]; the original stadium built in the 1863 for the first modern Olympic games in 1896), The Old Palace, The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier in front of The Parliament & The Changing of The Guards. Duration 9 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Ancient Corinth [8 Euros], Acropolis [20 Euros], Temple of Zeus [6 Euros].
From November 1st to March 31st: Ancient Corinth [4 Euros], Acropolis [10 Euros], Temple of Zeus [3 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Athens to Canal (1h)
    • Canal (15m)
    • Ancient Corinth (1h15m)
    • Drive to Athens (1h)
    • Plaka for lunch and free time (2h)
    • Acropolis (2h)
    • Temple of Zeus, Panathenaic Stadium, Old Palace, Tomb of Unknown Soldier & Changing of The Guards (1h)
    • Drive to the port (30m)

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7. Full Day Ancient Corinth & Mycenae

includes a visit to: The Canal (which is about 6 km long and connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea), Ancient Corinth (“Peirene Fountain“, “Temple of Appollo” [6th c. BC with 1st c. AD restorations], “Bema of St Paul” Roman Forum, “Odeon“, “Amphitheater“, “Glauke Fountain“, “Long Walls” that begin at the summit of Acro-Corinth and descend all the way to Lechaion), Acro-Corinth (fortress Acropolis of Ancient Corinth and Medieval Corinth, being on a steep of a rocky hill 575 meters high at its highest peak, with uninterrupted views across the Corinthian and Saronic Gulfs), and finally Mycenae (“Cyclopean Walls“, “Grave Circle A” with 6 royal tombs, courtiers’ houses, sanctuaries, “Grave Circle B” with 14 royal tombs and 12 tombs of private citizens, “Treasure of Atreus” also known as the beehive tomb of Agamemnon, and “Lions Gate“). Duration 9 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Ancient Corinth [8 Euros], Acro-Corinth [2 Euros], Mycenae [12 Euros].
From April 1st to October 31st: Ancient Corinth [4 Euros], Acro-Corinth [1 Euros], Mycenae [6 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Piraeus Port to Canal (1h)
    • Canal (30m)
    • Ancient Corinth (1h30m)
    • Acro-Corinth (1h30m)
    • Lunch (1h)
    • Mycenae (2h)
    • Drive back to Athens (1h30m)

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From Nafplion Port

1. Mycenae, Ancient Corinth, Canal, Nafplion

includes a visit to: Mycenae (“Cyclopean Walls“, “Grave Circle A” with 6 royal tombs, courtiers’ houses, sanctuaries, “Grave Circle B” with 14 royal tombs and 12 tombs of private citizens, “Treasure of Atreus” also known as the beehive tomb of Agamemnon, and “Lions Gate“), Ancient Corinth (“Peirene Fountain“, “Temple of Appollo” [6th c. BC with 1st c. AD restorations], “Bema of St Paul” Roman Forum, “Odeon“, “Amphitheater“, “Glauke Fountain“, “Long Walls” that begin at the summit of Acro-Corinth and descend all the way to Lechaion), The Canal (which is about 6 km long and connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea), and Nafplion (where you will climb up the 999 steps to the Venetian fortress of “Palamidi” crowning the city, wander around the battlements of “Acronafplia” and pop over to the fortified island, “Bourtzi”). Duration 8 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Mycenae [12 Euros], Ancient Corinth [8 Euros], Palamidy [6 Euros].
From April 1st to October 31st: Mycenae [6 Euros], Ancient Corinth [4 Euros], Palamidy [3 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Nafplion Port to Mycenae (30m)
    • Mycenae (1h30m)
    • From Mycenae to Ancient Corinth (30m)
    • Ancient Corinth (1h)
    • Acro-Corinth (1h)
    • Lunch (1h)
    • Drive to Nafplion (1h)
    • Nafplion (2h)

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2. Mycenae, Epidaurus, Nafplion

includes a visit to: Mycenae (“Cyclopean Walls“, “Grave Circle A” with 6 royal tombs, courtiers’ houses, sanctuaries, “Grave Circle B” with 14 royal tombs and 12 tombs of private citizens, “Treasure of Atreus” also known as the beehive tomb of Agamemnon, and “Lions Gate“), The Theater of Epidaurus (which is marbeled for its exceptional acoustics, which permit almost perfect intelligibility of unamplified spoken word from the proscenium or skene to all 15,000 spectators, regardless of their seating), and Nafplion (where you will climb up the 999 steps to the Venetian fortress of “Palamidi” crowning the city, wander around the battlements of “Acronafplia” and pop over to the fortified island, “Bourtzi”). Duration 8 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Mycenae [12 Euros], Epidaurus [12 Euros ], Palamidy [6 Euros].
From April 1st to October 31st: Mycenae [6 Euros], Epidaurus [6 Euros], Palamidy [3 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Nafplion Port to Mycenae (30m)
    • Mycenae (1h30m)
    • Drive to Epidaurus (1h)
    • Epidaurus (1h)
    • Lunch (1h)
    • Drive to Nafplion (30m)
    • Nafplion (2h30m)

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3. Mycenae, Ancient Corinth, Canal, Epidaurus

includes a visit to: Mycenae (“Cyclopean Walls“, “Grave Circle A” with 6 royal tombs, courtiers’ houses, sanctuaries, “Grave Circle B” with 14 royal tombs and 12 tombs of private citizens, “Treasure of Atreus” also known as the beehive tomb of Agamemnon, and “Lions Gate“), Ancient Corinth (“Peirene Fountain“, “Temple of Appollo” [6th c. BC with 1st c. AD restorations], “Bema of St Paul” Roman Forum, “Odeon“, “Amphitheater“, “Glauke Fountain“, “Long Walls” that begin at the summit of Acro-Corinth and descend all the way to Lechaion), The Canal (which is about 6 km long and connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea), and The Theater of Epidaurus (which is marbeled for its exceptional acoustics, which permit almost perfect intelligibility of unamplified spoken word from the proscenium or skene to all 15,000 spectators, regardless of their seating). Duration 8 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Mycenae [12 Euros], Ancient Corinth [8 Euros], Epidaurus [12 Euros].
From April 1st to October 31st: Mycenae [6 Euros], Ancient Corinth [4 Euros], Epidaurus [6 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From Nafplion Port to Mycenae (30m)
    • Mycenae (1h30m)
    • Drive to Corinth (30m)
    • Ancient Corinth (1h)
    • Acro-Corinth (30)
    • Lunch (1h)
    • Canal (30m)
    • Drive to Epidaurus (1h)
    • Epidaurus (1h)
    • Drive to Nafplion (30m)

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From Katakolon Port

1. Ancient Olympia

includes a visit to: Ancient Olympia (“Temple of Zeus” [472 BC], ”Heraion“, “Bouleuterion“, “Prytaneion” where ceremonies honoring the winners took place, “Ancient Stadium“, “Ancient Gymnasium“, “Palaestra“, “Leonidaion“, “Philippeion“, “Museum of the Olympic Games”). A professional licensed tour guide will accompany you and there will be free time to walk in town as well. Duration 4 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Ancient Olympia [12 Euros].
From November 1st to March 31st: Ancient Olympia [6 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From and to the port (1h)
    • The Ancient Olympia (about 2h)
    • Free Time (1h)

2. Ancient Olympia and Winery

includes a visit to: Ancient Olympia (“Temple of Zeus” [472 BC], ”Heraion“, “Bouleuterion“, “Prytaneion” where ceremonies honoring the winners took place, “Ancient Stadium“, “Ancient Gymnasium“, “Palaestra“, “Leonidaion“, “Philippeion“, “Museum of the Olympic Games”). A professional licensed tour guide will accompany you and there will be a visit to a local winery as well. Duration 6 hours.

  • Entrance Fees (per person):

From April 1st to October 31st: Ancient Olympia [12 Euros].
From November 1st to March 31st: Ancient Olympia [6 Euros].

  • Breakdown of Tour Time:
    • From and to the port (1h)
    • Ancient Olympia (about 2h)
    • Free Time (1h)
    • Winery (2h)