The isthmus of Corinth is the narrow landbridge which connects the Peloponnese peninsula with the mainland of Greece, near the city of Corinth. The word "isthmus" comes from the Ancient Greek word for "neck" and refers to the narrowness of the land. To the west of the Isthmus is the Gulf of Corinth, to the east the Saronic Gulf. Since 1893 the Corinth Canal has run through the 6.3 km Isthmus, effectively making the Peloponnese an island.
Posidonia submersible bridge
This bridge communicates the city of Corinthos with the town of Loutraki, located on the west side of the isthmus.
Bridge of biological treatment plant
Old bridge of OSE (Hellenic Railways)
Underneath the train`s railway...
Bridge on the old national road Athens - Patra
Bungy Jumping under the bridge
Isthmia submersible bridge
This bridge is on the east side of the isthmus at the Saronic Gulf.