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Panorama from the village of Fihtia. Peloponnese webcams



 
 
 
 
 

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The webcam is broadcasting online in real time, the camera broadcasts a panoramic view from the village of Fihtia on the Peloponnese peninsula with a view of Argos and Nafplion.

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Greece is a place shrouded in secrets and myths. This is a country rich in historical events, which is worth visiting at least once in your life. And how many islands and peninsulas you can visit!

But if this is not yet possible, then you can always watch the Peloponnese webcams online.

The Peloponnese is a Greek peninsula rich in archaeological sites. It preserves history from the Mycenaean period to modern times. Only on this peninsula can one find such a contrasting fusion of different cultures and times. Turkish mosques and basilicas of the early Christian era, incredibly beautiful Byzantine temples and sanctuaries of the ancient Greeks. The peninsula combines the historical heritage of many peoples.
The Peloponnese is rich not only in architectural sights, but also in natural beauty. The nature of the peninsula is truly magnificent. These are huge citrus plantations, fresh sea breezes, incredibly beautiful mountains and oceans of greenery. And, of course, the olive groves typical of the Greek area.

You can see the surroundings and the peninsula itself by viewing the webcams of the Peloponnese.

The peninsula has a well-developed infrastructure - there are many hotels of different stars and for any wallet size. Literally in every nook, you can find a cafe or tavern with local dishes. Bars on the coast are open almost 24/7. All conditions have been created for a comfortable stay.
There are few night bars and clubs in the Peloponnese itself. But if you drive a relatively short distance, you can find popular Greek clubs and have fun.
The climate of the peninsula is milder than in other Greek regions. Sunny days last from mid-April to almost the end of October. Most of the precipitation falls in the west, while the east is drier. The average summer temperature in the Peloponnese is +30 C. The average winter temperature is +11 C. The rainy and gray season begins in November. Frosts sometimes occur, but they are not so typical for this region.

You can see the weather conditions on the peninsula online using the Peloponnese webcam.

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