Particularly impressive is the Corinth Canal. From the bridge leading over the canal, one looks about 75 meters in depth. The 26 meter wide waterway that winds through the channel of transport that ships from the Gulf of Corinth to the Saronic Gulf. The 6.3 km long and 8 feet deep channel was dug in the 1881 to 1893 by people in the stone and is now used only by smaller vessels, more than Tourista attraction. Every year, about 12,000 ships traverse the canal. The Corinth Canal is the most expensive canal in the world, a passage for pleasure craft for example, costs depending on the length from 60 € up. A drive through the narrow channel with a view of the steep rock walls is definitely a tourist experience.