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Isthmia-Korinthias-Greece, Corinth 201 00, Greece
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Recently [July 2018] on a tour of Central Greece, we had the opportunity to traverse the Corinth canal by boat. The experience was of the winding down type-low key, but also educational. The canal was first attempted in 66 by Nero to cut down on...More

2  Thank howard k
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A narrow strip of man made canal 6 kilometers long allowing the passage of small boats to cut short their travelling by few hrs. Interesting!

Thank Alexander T
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were on our honeymoon, traveling on 5 dollars a day for six months in 1965. Our ticket for two from the port of Piraeus to Brindisi, Italy cost $47.00. I had never heard of the Corinth Canal. Greeks going to Corfu were strewn over...More

1  Thank Lundy M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing place. Beautiful wild flowers on the banks of the canal. Interesting concrete bunkers lots of goats too

Thank secdogs
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s great to stop and view the narrow canal of Corinth, it’s was made in the older Times by digging till the level of the sea! Extra tip try souvlakia in Corinth!

Thank Eygenia R
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is amazing to see, what an effort men had to make to dig this canal. Very impressive, eventhough it is a bit touristc.

Thank JokeNachtzuster
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a short stop unless you are an engineer. I was amazed by the depth of the canal. It is deeper than it is wide and surprise it follows the route for the canal that Nero started only 1000 years before it was completed....More

Thank James B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This four mile long canal built in the late 1800's cuts through the isthmus of Corinth and allows travel between the Gulf of Corinth and the Aegean Sea. You can stand on the pedestrian bridge and marvel at the work it took to create the...More

Thank Scouter710
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Takes more than an hour to get to from Athens, at a serene canal. It is a popular passing point for people going from Athens to Mycenae/ Corinth but unless you are going to these places it's a bit out of the way... which is...More

Thank Sebastian L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Corinth canal is a wonder 4 miles long 75ft wide and 26th deep. We took a boot ride along this waterway and it is a must if you can get into a small boat then its worth the effort. On a hot and sunny...More

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VincentCHINNNNNN
April 29, 2018|
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I based myself in Corinth to tour around the Peloponnese in a hire car – A fantastic experience and thoroughly enjoyable. But one of the most difficult parts was right on my doorstep! How do you find where the trips through... More
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Response from Fay T | Reviewed this property |
C.A.T. ARGO are the company whose boat we travelled on. They can be found on facebook. They are already running trips for this season. We paid €25 last October. Read my review for further information. Regards
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Response from Janoshka | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but it depends what you call small...the canal is maximal 21 meters wide.
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