Without a doubt one of the most impressive open-air archaeological sites in Greece, and certainly one of the best in the world. What makes it so unique is not so much its numerous archaeological monuments, as the unprecedented combination of these monuments with the wilderness of Greek mainland. After a fairly long descent, the visitor is...
- Fokida Prefecture / Culture / Archaelogical sites
From the Doric quad cities (Erineos, Boeon, Pindos, Kytinion), sections of the fortifications of the acropolis have been preserved, and decorate the wild Doric landscape. The monuments are scattered here and there amongst the modern-day settlements of Gravia, Kastelli, Apostolia, Oinochori and Palaiochorio, in an open-air format continually...
Of the ancient city which was flooded for the needs of the man-made lake Mornos, the remaining fortifications of the acropolis can now be visited by travelers. The monuments are located outdoors, and continually accessible, via the ring road of lake Mornos leading from Lidoriki to Diakopi.
In ancient times, the inhabitants there consecrated places of worship in honor of the river god Kifissos, from which springs the river that bears his name. Many worthwhile portions of these ancient temples survive to this day, giving a magical atmosphere to the region. Access is by road and the site is continually accessible to visitors.
It includes a large piece of ancient fortifications and ruins of the ancient city. The site is continually accessible to visitors.
Scattered monuments of the ancient city that once dominated there, some of which are now covered by the sea. The site can be reached by car, and the marina can accommodate those visiting by yacht.