The history of the Korinth Canal goes back 2,300 years.

The canal is located east of Corinth and connects the Korinthian Gulf with the Saronic Gulf.

Apart from the canal, tourists also have the opportunity to admire up close the two bridges on either end. These bridges normally allow cars to pass from one side to other side. However they sink to the bottom of canal to allow yachts and ships to passage through the impressive canal.

Visitors can enjoy a boat ride through the canal or experience the adrenaline rush by Bungee Jumping from the bridge.

The Korinth Canal is about to be turned into a tourist development pole!
The project includes a commercial park, leisure and walking activities and marinas.