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DVOW Nominee from Greece

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Greece | Peloponnese by Drone


The Peloponnese Region is a peninsula in southern Greece, connected to the central part of the country by the Isthmus of Corinth land bridge and since 2004 by the Rio Rio–Antirrio bridge. You can see the gorgeous part of Greece in this aerial film by contributor and drone pilot johannesbloechl, who also visited the Apollo Temple in Corinth and the Poseidon Temple near Athens (both of which are in the Central Greece region). This stunning 4K piece earned him a Done Video of the Week award in August, 2019.

Aerial Tour of Peloponnese

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Greece from Above: The Peloponnese


Content creator and pilot VGVideos used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this amazing video from an 11 day trip to the Peloponnese Peninsula in southern Greece, the site of the ancient city-state of Sparta.  The peninsula is technically an island, as it's been separated from the "mainland" of Greece since the construction of the Corinthian Canal in the late 19th century.  The canal, which is shown in the video, is too narrow for large ships; it's main function now is as a tourist attraction.  

Patras: Greece's Third City

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Patras Hyperlaps "Aenaon" by Mavic Pro 2

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Patras is the third largest city in Greece, after the capital Athens and the northern port city of Thessaloniki.  It's situated on the Peloponnesian Peninsula, a landform which sits just south of the main Greek mainland.  Patras is an important port city, and is considered the country's principal gateway to western and southern Europe.  In this video, you'll get an epic bird's eye view of this 4,000 year old city.  The video was shot using the hyperlapse functionality on a DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone, by contributor and pilot SioU.

Gulf of Corinth Sights

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The Gulf of Corinth is an inlet of the Ionian Sea between the mainland of Central Greece and the Peloponnese Peninsula. In this magnificent drone video by ourakot5, you'll get a bird's eye view of some of the most beautiful sights on these storied waters.   Locations featured include the Alkionides, a group of small islands at the eastern end of the gulf; Milokoki beach on the Corinthian (Peloponnese) coast; and the Melagavi Lighthouse at the end of Cape Malagavi near Lutraki, also in Corinth.

Palamidi: Venetian Fortress in Peloponnese

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Palamidi Fortress


Παλαμήδι is the Greek word for Palamidi, the fortress built by the Venetians in the Peloponnese region during their second occupation of Greece. The fortress is made of stone and was completed in 1714. Unfortunately for the Ventians, the Turks captured the fortress only a year later and occupied it for nearly a century until the Greeks took it, and their country, back in 1822. Sphereview does a marvelous job showcasing the centuries-old fortress in this aerial video. 

Rio-Antirrio Bridge

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Rio-Antirrio Bridge / Greece has Soul / Katerina Soldatou

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In this video, contributor Badios aerially filmed Katerina Soldatou performing an aerial dance beneath a famous modern bridge in Greece.  The Rio–Antirrio Bridge connects the Peloponnese Peninsula to the Greek mainland, well to the west of the Corinth Canal crossings.  Built in 2004, the 2.9k meter ((9.5k) cable-stayed bridge is widely considered to be one of the great works of modern civil engineering.  As of 2018, the span is the world's third largest span of the suspended cable-stayed design.  

Sights of the Peloponnese

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Reflecting on Peloponnese


Contributor and drone pilot inva+sla created this beautiful aerial video of the Peloponnese, a peninsular area in south-central Greece.  During the Antiquity, this landform was the home of Sparta, a city state which was located in what is now Laconia in the southeastern part of the peninsula, and which fought first with and then against the city-state of Athens.  The video includes bird's eye views of Elafonnisos, Kardamyli, Limeni, Monemvasia, the Dimitrios Shipwreck, Voidokoilia and Methoni.

Nafplio: Port on the Argolic Gulf

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Nafplio (Greece) by Drone Cinematic

iOlti Films

Check out this stunning drone video of a seaside town in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, compliments of contributor iOlti Films.  Nafplio lies on the eastern side of the region, which is technically an island since being separated from the "mainland" by the Corinth Canal.  It's the main seaport on the Argolic Gulf, an arrow-shaped extension of the Aegean Sea.  Nafplio played a key role in the struggle between the Ottoman and Venetian Empires which took place in the late Middle Ages.  

Strofylia Wetlands

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Dancing Flamingos on Greece's Lake Strofylia

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Here is a marvelous aerial view of some beautiful wetlands and bird (flamingo) life in southern Greece, compliments of contributor SioU.  Shot on a DJI Mavic Air drone, the video captures some of the bird life in the area around Lake Stroflyia.  The area is a small peninsula jutting off the northwestern coast of the Peloponnese region, just a short drive west of the regional capital Patras.  It acts as a natural wildlife sancturary and is becoming a popular eco-tourism destination. 

Messinia: Koroni Castle

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Sunrise over Koroni Castle


Here is an excellent aerial video of a castle near the southern tip of mainland Greece.  The town of Koroni is situated on the southern coast of the Peloponnese region, in a region known as Messinia.  The castle which sits over the town was constructed during the period when the region was part of the Venetian Empire, during the Middle Ages.  It subsequently became a key strategic location in the struggle between Venice and the Ottoman Empire, coming under control of the latter around 1500.  

Corinthia: Lake Doxa

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Lake Doxa is an artificial lake in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece.  It's in Corinthia, the northeasternmost of the region's administrative units.  Surrounded by pine trees, the lake was created in the 1990's.  The lake's construction required that the relocation of a monastery nearby.  Contributor Harispomonis created this magnificent drone video of the lake, one of the largest artificial bodies of water in the country with a surface area of about 5 square km (around 1.5 square mi.).   

Elafonisos: Island of the Peloponnese

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Elafonisos - Best Beach in Greece - DJI Mavic Pro


Contributor Travelingwiththetills created this beautiful drone video of Elafonisos, a tiny island of southern Greece.  It sits just off the coast of the Peloponnese Peninsula, which is the mainland of the country's southern region.  While it's quite small, it's the largest in the Peloponnese Islands, an archipelago in the area.  It sits to the north of Kythira, a larger island which is considered to be part of the Ionian Islands group despite being well to the south of the other six islands of the group.  

Hill Town in Messinia

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Contributor DimiMaran created this beautiful drone video of a village in the Peloponnese region of Greece.  The town is called Vasilitsi, and it's located in the regional unit of Messinia.  Messinia is a historical region which covers the southwestern part of the Peloponnese Peninsula in southern Greece.   The town of Vasilitsi itself is populated with quaint white houses with red brick roofs, and it's set in the hills overlooking the Ionian Sea, an extension of the greater Mediterranean.   

The Corinth Canal

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Extreme Aerial Dance at the Corinth Canal by Katerina Soldatou

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In this video, top AirVuz contributor and drone pilot Badios filmed Katerina Soldatou doing her "Greece Has Soul" aerial dance over the Corinthian Canal, one of the most well-known sights in central Greece.  The canal was built in the late 1800's to connect the Saronic Gulf and the Gulf of Corinth, which sit on opposite sides of the Isthmus of Corinth connecting the Peloponnese Peninsula with the mainland of Greece.  While the canal is too narrow for shipping, it is big enough for small boats.

Volcanic Methana

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chris Ikarus

Here's an awesome drone video of a beautiful area in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, compliments of contributor and pilot chris ikarus. The Methana Peninsula is a landform on the eastern side of the larger Peloponnese Peninsula.  It was created by the action of 32 volcanoes which began erupting about a million years ago.  The eruptions continued until about 300 years ago.  That being said, the volcanoes (most of which are lava domes) are not considered to be permanently dormant.  

The Acrocorinth Fortress

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Acrocorinth - Ακροκόρινθος

G Traveller

The Acrocorinth is an important historical site in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece.  It is a fortress situated on a monolith rock overlooking the ruins of the ancient city of Corinth, about 5 km (around 3 mi.) southwest of modern-day Corinth.  Occupied for thousands of years, the fortress was once known as one of the Fetters of Greece by the Macedonians who controlled the region for a time.  Seen here in this drone video by G Traveller, the Acrocorinth played an active defensive role until the 19th century.  

Cape Drepano by FPV

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Drone tourist. Cape Drepano


Cape Drepano is a promontory off the northern coast of the larger Peloponnese Peninsula in southern Greece.  Situated on the south side of the Gulf of Corinth, the body of water which separates the Peloponese from the mainland.  With its semi-protected waters, the cape and its environs offer some of the best windsurfing in the Mediterranean region.  In this first person view (FPV) video, you'll get a perspective of Cape Drepano from a racing drone piloted by AirVuz contributor and FPV pilot MothFPV.

Patras by Mavic 2 Pro

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Here's a beautiful view of the Greek port city of Patras, compliments of AirVuz contributor and pilot SioU.  It was shot on a DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone.  Patras is situated on the northern coast of the Peloponnese Peninsula in southern Greece, on the Gulf of Corinth.  It sits at the foothills of Mt. Panachaiko.  The port of Patras is not the largest in Greece but it's the most important westward-facing port, and Patras is often referred to as Greece's Gateway to the West.  It's also the third largest city in Greece.