Vouliagmeni lake is situated a few kilometres away from the city of Loutraki and more particularly, after the village Perachora. It is a lagoon that is 2 square kilometres long and 40 m. deep. Vouliagmeni lake is characterized by a beautiful natural landscape and the pine forest that surrounds it.
Stymphalia Lake – Trikala of Corinthia
The most important wetland in the Peloponnese is Stymphalia lake. The lake is incorporated in the network Natura 2000 due to its valuable flora and fauna. It is characterized by its beautiful landscape and it is ideal for a walk or a picnic.
Lighthouse of Melagavi - Agrilaos
In the peninsula Agrilaos next to the gulf of Alkyonides Islands there is the lighthouse of Melagavi that was built in 1897. This stone-built lighthouse, which is also known as “the lighthouse of Heraion”, is T-shaped and on its west side there is a square tower with a bird cage lantern in it. It is considered to be a typical example of lighthouse architecture.
Wetland of Feneou (Dam)
The wetland of Feneou was created in 1998 and it is characterized by its large triangular shape. It is located between the prefectures of Achaea and Arcadia and it has been incorporated in the network Natura 2000. It is an ideal destination for a walk or a picnic.
Gorge of Fonissa – Kato Loutro / Xylocastro
The gorge of Fonissa is located next to Xylocastro and close to the village Kato Loutro in the prefecture of Corinthia. It is a relatively small but beautiful gorge that was created by a river and it is cut off by a mogote. Its narrow walls form two large dark areas making the gorge look like a cave. The gorge has been closed off since 1984 and it attracts thousands of visitors every year.
Hot baths of Loutraki - Loutraki
The city of Loutraki is well-known for the hot baths that the Loutraki Thermal Spa offers to its visitors. The spa is located 5 km away from Isthmos and 80 km away from Athens.