Vivari is a picturesque fishing village by the sea. Its inhabitants are occupied in agriculture, fishing and tourism.
A glimpse of the past
The bay of Vivari is a large natural harbour, a mooring place for boats of any kind. During the Venetian Domination it used to be the dockyard of the Venetians, whereof the remains of a Venetian castle are found in the village.
Every year, on the 20th of July, in honour of Prophet Elias, the village organizes a great traditional religious festival.
Vivari is famous for its fish taverns, and it’s certainly worth tasting traditional dishes by the sea, with a fantastic view of the Argolic Bay.
Vivari, being a fishing village, can offer delicious all fresh fish and seafood right from the fishing boats. From production to consumption!