Panariti is a village just 10 km away from Nafplio, built on a hill offering a panoramic view of the Argolic plain to its visitors.Panariti is a village just 10 km away from Nafplio, built on a hill offering a panoramic view of the Argolic plain to its visitors.
It was named Panariti by the local lord of Arvanitian origin in the 15th century.
Most of the adjectives of the inhabitants of Panaritis are the same as those residing in the Lakes, something that has derailed the movement of the region's population over the years.
The style of the village's houses dates back to the Turkish domination. An example is the home of the Turkish tax collector of the area where it is at a high level to have a panoramic view and to declare its glory.
It is said that the inhabitants of Panaritis had found the solution not to pay the taxes they were entitled to, and that was to take the tax collector when they were visited to pay.
Guests can enjoy the traditional dishes at the taverns of the village square and visit the imposing Monastery of Agios Theodosios at a distance of 4 km from the village where he celebrates on August 6th.
Traditional dagger perform every 8th of September with live music, traditional gourmet and goose-eating food (old-age goat or ewe, over 6 years of age, no longer brewed and cooked in stoves) to celebrate the Birth of the Virgin where in the central The village square is also the homonymous church.
Panariti belongs to the municipality of Midea of the Municipality of Nafplio and appears under the name of Panariti.