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LOCATION

Lavender Cove is conveniently only a short drive from Athens airport or city centre. So whether you pick up a hire car from the airport or harbour yourself or if we arrange your transportation to Korfos you could be with us starting your holiday within an hour and a half of arriving.

Korfos village is located in the Region of Korinthia in the Peloponnese. A picturesque small fishing village with marvellous natural surroundings. The land embraces the sea, forming a magical leeward cove. Swim in the crystal clear waters, scuba dive to explore the fascinating sea life, walk by the sea, cycle, savour delicious dishes in traditional tavernas and cafés, soak up the sunsets….. these experiences provide the essence of summer vacations in Korfos!

Useful Tip:
Korfos and Lavender Cove are perfectly poised within 30-90 minutes from numerous places of interest well worth visiting.

If you are driving yourself from Athens the drive is a simple one, mostly along coastal motorway.

  1. From Athens airport Take the National Road Elefsina – Corinth
  2. Go through Elefsina’s toll – then take the exit for EPIDAURUS       50 Kms
  3. Corinthian Canal, take exit and LEFT TURN for Epidaurus (pass under the bridges)
  4. Proceed for 26kms from the Canal, follow road signs to KORFOS and take exit LEFTWARDS     26 Kms
  5. Within about 10 kms, you reach Korfos village    10 kms
  6. Follow the coastal road for about 3,5km until you reach Lavender Cove

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Korfos

A traditional Greek fishing village!

Islands of the Argosaronikos Gulf

Explore the beautiful islands of Argosaronikos!

Nemea

Wine Testing and mythology in Nemea!

Nafplio

Visit Nafplio for amazing walks!

Mycanea

A famous worldwide archaelogical area.

Loutraki

A spa town with exceptional thermal springs and spas!

Corinth

Worth stopping at Isthmia with its submersible bridge and at Ancient Corinth!

Ermioni - Porto Heli

A landscape of exceptional beauty!

Athens

A beautiful historical city!

Epidavros

The most beautiful Ancient Amphitheatre!