Tarpon Springs with Lunch at a local Greek Restaurant

Tarpon Springs with Lunch at a local Greek Restaurant

Tarpon Springs is often referred to as “The Venice of the South” because of its numerous bayous and other waterways. This quaint Greek community, located on the Gulf of Mexico at the mouth of the Anclote River, was made famous by the sponge industry and the annual Epiphany Festival. Visit the historic Universalist Church to see the magnificent Innes Paintings. These beautiful oil landscapes were once exhibited in the Louvre and the Corcoran Museum. Marvel at the artist’s ability to portray light and perspective. See the St. Nicholas Cathedral and discover the unique traditions of the Greek Orthodox religion and the mystery of the Weeping Icon, while exploring this beautiful church. Enjoy lunch at a local Greek Restaurant featuring a favorite-Greek Salad. A tour of Tarpon Springs is not complete without a stroll along the sponge docks. Browse through boutiques and many family owned gift shops, which contain souvenirs and of course…all kinds of sponges!

Date: TBD

Time: 6 hours

Requirements: Minimum of 35 people is required