The Argolis is a huge arm of land east of the Peloponnese, which juts into the Sea of Myrto. The region is distinguished by the beauty of its scenery, especially beyond Epidaurus, and on the north coast where you can find small fishing villages that have retained their old charm. The only hill in Mycenae and the ancient theatre of Epidaurus alone are enough to justify the trip. However, it would also be a shame to miss Tiryns and its fortress, or Nafplion, dominated by its old town.
Mycenae and the city of Agamemnon is located about 25 miles south of Corinth, the theatre of Epidaurus (18 miles from Nafplion) and its unique natural acoustics known across the world, Tiryns and its fortress and the old town of Nafplion (just 3 miles from Tiryns), which overlooks the sea on one side and lands on the other. Make sure you do not miss them for anything.
Spend an evening in Nafplion and enjoy its innumerable bars with a hushed atmosphere.