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Nafplio Greece, a place incredible, mystic, blessed, full of natural beauty and culture. A place that for the longest time charms each visitor, who without realizing it, becomes exalted in the Beauty, the Harmony, but also in the Dream that becomes reality right in front . This place is as authentic as it gets…

Nafplio, located in the Peloponnese region of Greece, is a seaport town that has expanded up the hillsides near the north end of the Argolic Gulf (Argolikos Bay). The town was the capital of Greece from 1829 to 1834. Nafplion, with a population of (13,822) is the capital of the prefecture of Argolis and the province of Nafplion. Many sources, especially those dealing with the ancient city, refer to it by its Latin name of Nauplion. In other languages it is known variously as Nauplia, Navplion, Nauplio, Nafplion and Anapli; these names would have been current in English during the periods of Venetian and Ottoman domination. In Italian, Nafplion is known as Napoli di Romania, the last two words referring to the ancient name ("Romania") formerly used to define those territories occupied by the Byzantine Empire, and serving to distinguish the town from the other Napoli (i.e. Naples) in Italy.

Old Nafplion is one of the most beautiful towns in Greece. The former capital of Greece may remind visitors of the Plaka but it's on the sea. With two mountains crowned by medieval fortresses overlooking the town and the small fortress called the Bourtzi that once protected the harbor, Nafplion is full of restaurants, shops, cafes, beautiful old buildings, and a beach that you can walk to in ten minutes. For people who want to visit an island but don't like boats, Nafplion is an excellent alternative and just under 2 hour drive from Athens. It is also convenient to the important ancient sites of Mycenae, Epidavros, Nemea, Argos and Corinth.

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