Corinth was an important city in ancient days with 90,000 residents during the Greek period, and a surge to up to 700,000 residents during the Roman period. Today Corinth has only 58,000 residents. Its most glorious attribute is the Corinth Canal.
The Corinth Canal, completed in 1893, is one of the most famous landmarks in the world and sailing down its narrow straits is a must.
Most of the ruins at the archaeological site at Ancient Corinth are from the Roman era. St. Paul preached here and possibly penned one or more of the Epistles to the Corinthians. The Ancient Corinth Archaeological Museum exhibits exquisite pieces and deserves as much viewing time as the grounds themselves.
The Springs Of Helen (Loutra Eleni) are said to be where the beautiful Helen of Troy actually bathed and visitors can still enjoy the crystalline thermal waters.
Inclusions depend on the yacht that is chartered and its capabilities. Below are indicative inclusions for this tour.
Bring swimsuits, towel, money for souvenirs and, if biking or hiking, proper shoes. Also remember sun glasses, sun hat and sun screen.