You can see it on the castles, in Akronafplia and Palamidi.
The city speaks for itself about its past and for those who have passed through here, the Franks, the Venetians, the Turks, the conquerors and their benefactors.
Walking across the port you will see traditional fishermen to cast their nets.
Nafplio, although it was a small town, managed to fend off many invaders.At the Messenian war alliance with the Spartans (who were enemies of Argos) and eventually conquered by Damokratida, king of Argos.Moreover you can experience the “traditional” cold coffee in «Summer Café-Bar» and «Nemo Cafe» and enjoy the family friendly commercial beach.One of the most beautiful towns in the area of Argolis as well as one of the most romantic cities all over Greece, Nafplio was the first capital of the newly born Greek state between 18.Overlooking the clear waters of the Argolic Gulf , you can enjoy swimming.
In Kiveri you will find rooms for rent and hotels, restaurants,tavernas bars and cafes.With the establishment of the Byzantine Empire, the Byzantines recognized the city as a commercial center of the Eastern Peloponnese with great strategic significance.In 1180 lord of Nafplio was Leo Sgouros, who conquered Argos and Korinthos.In 1686 the admiral Morosini (head of the Venetians) occupies the city and begins to fortify Palamidi.He didn’t complete thw work due to his sudden death.Kiveri has a predominantly agricultural economy revolving around the growth and distribution of oranges and olives. Renowned for its exceptional climate , it has always been a tourist destination.