The center of the earth in Antiquity, whose reputation exceeded the boundaries of Greece.
Delphi was the most important oracle of the ancient Greek world, dedicated to the God Apollo, where Pythia, the priestess serving as the oracle, carried the oracle to those concerned.
Delphi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts a large number of visitors throughout the year.
The modern city of Delphi was built next to the archaeological site at an altitude of 570 meters, overlooking the olive grove of Amfissa and the Gulf of Itea.
An important winter destination of Central Greece, within walking distance of the summer resort of Itea and the traditional settlement of Galaxidi.
How to get there:
2 hours by car from Athens