Isioni was the beautiful wife of the sea god Nafplios, who gave his name to the town, and the mother of Palamidis, Iakas and Nafsimedon.

It’s a name that escapes the myth to represent the real Nafplio, like Isioni pension whose unique location under the town’s castles represents an authentic experience straight from centuries past.

Nested in an old alley, protected from the buzz of the crowds but only a stone’s throw away from the historic center, Isioni listens to the whispers of history, follows Kapodistias footsteps, the first governor of independent Greece and gazes in awe upon the bulky silhouettes of Palamidi and the walls of Akronafplia.