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             In Hellas Camp you may visit:


  • Acropolis of Athens: The Acropolis of Athens is a symbol of the Golden Age of Pericles, a pearl of architectural and sculptural art from the 5th century BC. The top of the European and world architecture is the main temple of the Acropolis-Parthenon, dedicated to the goddess Athena-Virgo. Every year more than 12 million tourists rise to the Acropolis Hill, admire the unique work of the architects Iktin and Kallikrat, as well as the unique Propylaea, the "gate" of the Acropolis - the work of the great architect Mysikl, and the Ereichtein temple, famous for its caryatid columns.

  • Radon Lake Vouliagmeni: Lake Vouliagmeni is located on the southern coast of Attica about 21 km from the center of Athens near the sea (from the sea it is only 100 meters away) in a very beautiful and picturesque area. The lake was formed due to the collapse of the roof of a huge cave filled with water, several million years ago.

  • Temple of Poseidon Cape Sounion: At 60 km from Athens is a small town of Lavrion, in the vicinity of which is the temple of Poseidon. The temple is located on the Cape Sounio.Sunion was inhabited since ancient times, and already in ancient times was a sacred place, the focus of two cults-Athena and Poseidon, always vying for the possession of Attica. Cape is mentioned in the "Odyssey" of Homer. The sanctuary of Poseidon was built on the cliff top in 490 BC. E., In the year of the Marathon, and destroyed in 480 BC. E., In the year of Thermopylae and ruin of Attica. There is a tradition that the desire, envisioned at Cape Sounion among the columns of the temple at the hour of sunset, will certainly come true.

  • Marathon is the place where the Marathon battle took place:
    At 42 km from Athens, in Marathon, in 490 BC. The historic Marathon battle between the Athenians and Persians took place: the messenger Fidippid, having run through the heat of 42 kilometers, brought the victorious news to Athens. Saying "We conquered", Phidippid emitted a spirit. His bronze statue adorns the famous marathon distance, to win on which is the whole life's business for all runners-stayer of the world. The funeral cry of the Athenians is still ringing over the Marathon mound: it was absorbed in the waters of Marathon Lake, whose power is restrained today by the only marble dam in the world , A height of almost a hundred meters.

  • Zoo Attica Zoological Park in Athens: Attica Zoological Park in Athens is a beautiful private metropolitan menagerie, occupying a territory of 20 hectares and having its own unique zest and interesting history. Visiting this nature reserve is a great way to please yourself with a walk in the fresh air and acquaintance with exotic animals collected from different corners of the planet.

  • Athens Planetarium:
    Today, the Athens Planetarium is one of the best digital planetarium in the world. The diameter of its central dome is 25 meters, and the surface area is 935 meters. The exhibition space of the planetarium is 1800 square meters. There is a well-equipped conference room and an extensive scientific and technical library, which stores the most interesting multimedia materials.
    In a special room, equipped with the latest technology, visitors can view scientific-educational films in 3D format with a 360-degree review, which are shown seven days a week. All films are shown in Greek, but there is an opportunity to use headphones for a fee and listen to the text in English.

  • Delphi and '' The Pup of the Earth '': Delphi is an ancient Greek city in southeastern Phocis (Greece), an all-Greek religious center with a temple and oracle of Apollo. The ancient Pythian games were held in Delphi. The ruins of ancient Delphi are located 9.5 km from the coast of the Corinthian Gulf on the south-western slope of Parnas mountain at an altitude of 700 m above sea level. This Greek town is covered with myths. According to legend, Delphi was literally considered the center of the world. According to mythology, the meeting place of two eagles released by Zeus from opposite ends of the earth, where they fell, piercing each other with their beaks, and called - Delphi, or "The Pup of the Earth". The city was the holiest place for all the ancient Greeks.

  • Nafplion: Visit Nafplion to see Palamidi, stroll around Akronafplia and in the ancient city and enjoy a cup of coffee overlooking the Burdzi harbor.

  • Cosmopolitan Tolo: Just 10 km away is the beautiful city of Tolo with many tourist shops and traditional taverns.

  • The picturesque Vivari bay, a marina of sailing boats with many fish taverns.

  • Epidaurus with the famous Ancient Amphitheater: The path runs along the road through a pine forest to the monastery of Agnantos, which is one of the most famous and interesting, functioning medieval monasteries, and then you should visit the Ancient Amphitheater and the Epidaurus Museum.

  • Ancient Nemea: The road to Nemea called "Wine Road", as the area is famous for its wine production. Nemea grows the unique Agiorgitiko vineyard. It is worth to visit a winery to see the process made to grapes and taste delicious wines.

  • The Ancient Corinth and the Isthmus: Direct from New Archaeological road of Mycenae you reach at Ancient Corinth. Ancient Corinth was an important city-state of ancient Greece. Controlled an area which corresponded the east of the prefecture of Corinthia and the Northeast of Argolida. Worth to visit the Acropolis of Corinth. The peak is 1800 feet above sea level. Many temples dedicated to female deities were built there, including the famous temple of Venus.

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