Spetses is a small island in the Saronic Gulf, right opposite the Peloponnese coast of Ermionida in Greece.
Spetses is an attractive pine-clad island, just big enough to offer a range of activities to keep everyone happy. The island boasts secluded, hidden coves with sparkling clear seas, beaches close to waterfront hotels and numerous tavernas to choose from with friendly service and traditional hospitality.
Piraeus is located on the southern coast of mainland Greece, around 10 km from Athens and is one of the most important and frequented passenger ferry ports in Greece.
The ferry port at Piraeus is also the nation’s biggest and and acts as a hub to connect the Aegean Islands and elsewhere in the east Mediterranean with the mainland serving around 20 million passengers annually.
From ancient times up to today, Piraeus has played a leading role in the historical events of Greece, and an important role in the defence of the city of Athens.
Today, Piraeus has all the features of a modern city, while at the same time retaining the characteristics of a great shipping, commercial and industrial centre.