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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.
This is part of the ancient history of Ellada. Grece is full of ancient history. In Kallithea you can see the Temple of Ammon Zeus. The temple is just behind the beach to the center. So if you take a walk on the beach you...More