This one is to the Peloponnese, a large portion of southern Greece, that has seaside villages along with mountain towns.
The riding can be a bit extreme at times in the mountains with narrow, pitted roads that turn into gravel.
We are into our second stop out of Athens, at the Styga Mountain Resort.
The ride here was a bit of an adventure as the resort is on one side of a mountain that is not accessible from the other side, the side we arrived at hoping to be only 20 miles from our destination.
It forced us to backtrack on some fabulous roads, but it added two hours and 60 miles to the long rode.
Well worth it as we had some great roads and views.
Leaving Kalamaki Beach Resort near Corinth.
Goldenrods were alongside the roads with some beautiful poppies.
Riding through canyons
And cows on the side of the road.
This was part of the diversion to reach the Styga Mountain resort.
I later found that even if we had taken the gravel road, we never would have made it to the hotel.
The last part of the ride to the hotel.