Nafplio, in the prefecture of Argolida in Peloponnese and it’s considered one of the most beautiful cities of Greece. It was one of the most glorious and sought by the conquerors of East and West. The place where the ancient city was built was discovered according to mythology by the god Poseidon and was a key place for maritime communications, protected by cliffs.
From the stunning rock of Akronafplia you can enjoy a panoramic view. It is also of interest to see the ancient city, with its countless ceilings interrupted only by the bell towers of the churches; The castle of Bourtzi, in front of the port, seems like a solitary boat in the middle of the waters; The fig trees that seem to hang from the cliffs; Breathtaking views of the bay of Nafplion and Arvanitia beach guarded by the imposing fortress of Palamidi.
It is said that to get to the top you must walk nine hundred ninety-nine steps, but you can also reach by car, although the effort of walking will be rewarded with magnificent views of the fortress and the valley of Argolis.