With its’ modern name deriving from ancient Greek mythology and the legend of the hero Pelops, the Spartan legend as a glorious reference and a vivid history spanning from the ancient times to the Byzantine era and the Hellenic Revolution of the 19th century (known as “Morias”), the Peloponnese is one of the finest producers of exceptional Greek products. Its’ nutrients’ rich soil with the various landscapes, from Sparta and Kalamata to Arcadia and Patra produces some of the finest, revolutionary, and legendary Greek products like Olives and Olive Oil, dairy, pasta, herbs of Protected Designation of Origin, organic and fresh.
A commercial center since the 8th century B.C. until today, balancing between the northern part of the Peloponnese and central Greece, connecting the Aegean and the Ionian seas through its’ canal, Corinth is one of the most historical cities of Greece. Raisins, wine, olives, and olive oil along with fish and local fruits, offer a variety of unique and protected origin products that thrive in the global markets.