Nafpaktos on the mainland of Greece is largely unknown to foreign tourists but it is a lovely place. It is medieval in character with the small Venetian port, lovely beaches and greenery. The port area is arguably the most impressive part of the town. The long beach extends from the port and stretches some way. An old Venetian Castle sits on a hill offering great views towards the sea and the facing coast of the Peloponnese. There is a statue of Cervantes who lost his arm in a naval battle off Nafpkatos in olden days located at the port. Road trips to Delphi, Olympia, Mesolongi among others are easy to arrange from Nafpaktos.
Nafpaktos (Mainland) is located near Mainland (Greece) 38° 23' 32.2064" N , 21° 49' 43.9517" E