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We were holidaying in kalethia and visited the ruins whilst spending a day on the beach. Entrance is free, there were no English information leaflets unfortunately only Greek. There are signs giving info on the way round. We spend about 30 minuets wondering round. If...More
We travelled about 20min/30euro to see this from a relatively isolated all inclusive.
It’s at the bottom of a very steep hill next to a number of busy hotels, at the top of the hill there’s a great town for souvenirs and snacks, so it’s...More
It is free to visit this small but varied archaeological site. It is open Tues - Sun till 3pm and well worth a visit if you are nearby. We were staying at the Ammon Zeus hotel right next door so this was a must.
Arrived a little shell shocked at Kallithea Beach and threaded our way through the sardine like sunbathers and dreadful loud music, but finally at the far end you find peace and quiet in this pretty ruins. Entry is free and well worth spending an hour...More
Unfortunately the temple was never open during our visit but you can clearly see the work going on there we good actually see it from our hotel bedroom balcony plus the hotel grounds has the remains of an 4BC monastery.
This is a typical small excavation site. There is a small guide available at the entrance and good paths and signs around the site but not a great deal left standing. Worth a look of you are in the area.