Athens, which is the national capital, is situated 55 miles (89 kilometers) east of Velo-Vocha.
To see why so many tourists choose Peloponnese as their holiday destination make sure you and your family spend a while longer in the places surrounding Velo-Vocha. Corinth, lies approximately 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the west. Go there to check out the Corinth Canal and Temple of Apollo.
Rent a vehicle and head to Aigialeia, a major city for the region, situated approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Velo-Vocha. This bigger city has plenty of visitor attractions, such as Nikolaiika Beach, Panagia Tripiti Church and Vouraikos Gorge. Tsivlou Lake and Diakofto Train Monument are also worth calling into before heading back to Velo-Vocha.
If the weather keeps you indoors, visit Peloponnese's theaters, art galleries and history museums. When the weather is begging you spend the day outdoors, why not explore Peloponnese's open-air exhibits and open-air museums?.
Get outside and make the most of the local adventure options in the area around Velo-Vocha. Have a go at hiking or give rock climbing a spin. Follow your passions with one of the guided nature walks. There are plenty to choose from in the Peloponnese area.
Before you head back home, you'll be bidding Velo-Vocha a fond Yiá sou (farewell).