Argolis is situated on the eastern portion of the Peloponnese peninsula and encompasses much of the region of Peloponnese, Greece. The territory is bordered by the Saronic Gulf, Argolic Gulf, and a multitude of mountain ranges and composed of immensely old cities, seafront towns, and sprawling countryside.
The reigning tourist destinations of Argolis include the areas of Argos, Nafplio, Epidavros, Southwest Argolis, and Ancient Mycenae, each of which boosts independently rich histories of the earliest civilisations in Greece. A few of the most renowned attractions include the Archaeological Museum in Nafplio, the archaeological site of Ancient Mycenae, the Roman Ruins of Argos, the Palamidi Palace, and the Akronafplia Fortress.
Transportation around the region of Argolis includes bus services, taxis, hydra lines, and Hellenic Seaways. The primary bus service in Argolis is the KTEL Argolis, serving much of the nearby area. Additionally, there are ferries located out of Nafplio and other boat services.
Argos serves as the epicentre of the region and is historically thought to be the longest settled town in the country. The region of Argolis was a beacon of power in Mycenaean times and the city of Argos specifically flourished in the 7th century under the reign of King Pheidon.