Gulf of Corinth, Greece - Beaches

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The Gulf of Corinth or the Corinthian Gulf is a deep cove of the Ionian Sea sorting out the Peloponnese from western mainland Greece. It is enclosed in the east by the cape of Corinth which comprises the shipping itinerary of the Corinth Canal, and in the west by the Strait of Rion, which detaches the Gulf of Corinth from the external Gulf of Patras at Cape Drepano, where the narrowest summit is crossed by the Rion-Antirio Bridge. The monumental construction passage the Gulf of Corinth and connecting Peloponnese to mainland Greece is an exploit of engineering and a inquisitive factor of modernity in the historical blend of antique sites, picturesque towns, quixotic ports, and calming beaches dotted along the rim of the Gulf.

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