Located between the Peloponnese and the Aegean Sea, the Argolic Gulf is a more exclusive region of Greece. Between its fishermen's houses and its typical taverns but also its luxury hotels with early 20th century architecture, the Argolic Gulf is full of atypical places to visit. The island of Spetses is the perfect example: it is one of those rare places in Greece that has preserved a strong identity and a traditional Greek character.
You can drop anchor safely at the superb anchorage of [Zogiormia bay] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/baie-de-zogiormia/24767), to the north-west of the island of Spetses. It is a wild place from which one can observe from the sea peacocks and other representatives of the local fauna.
For those who already know Spetses or who want to visit another part of the Argolic Gulf, the anchorage of [Limin Chelieu] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/limin-chelieu/34276) offers a magnificent landscape in a dream setting, although more frequented.
The Argolic Gulf is full of other emblematic places to visit. On Navily, you will always find the best spots in each region.