Ermioni lies on a tiny peninsula in the Argo-Saronic Gulf, 180 kilometers from Athens. It’s an easy escape to a charming village of quiet narrow paths, back alleys, fishing boats, and cafés.

Take in the weekly farmer’s market, the old village on the hill, the local library and the folklore museum. Walk the pine forest at sunrise and swim off one of its pebbly coves.

The perfect base for day trips, discover beyond Ermioni – the nearby islands of Hydra, Spetses and Poros – the historic city of Nauplion – the ancient theater of Epidavros – the archeological site of Mycenae – the walled city of Monemvasia.

How to get there

From Athens, Hellenic Seaways runs hydrofoils daily from Pireaus port to Ermioni ( Traveling time is generally two hours.

Car ferries run to Poros and link to Galatas on the mainland. Mourayio is about a one-hour car ride from there.

Driving time from Athens to Ermioni is about 2 to 2½ hours through lush pine forests with spectacular coastline views but please note – roads are curvy and require caution.

Private transfers may also be arranged from Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport or city locations.

Please contact us for your transportation assistance.