Epidaurus

The Path to the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

The Famous Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

The Famous Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus

Inside the Museum of Epidaurus

Inside the Museum of Epidaurus

Inside the Museum of Epidaurus

Insiide the Museum of Epidaurus

The Asklepieion in Epidaurus (Abaton Tolos)

The ancient site of Epidaurus (Epidavros) – Day trip

Another place of interest, only 150 km from Harmony Hotel, is the ancient site of Epidaurus.

Epidaurus was the most important religious and medical centre in ancient Greece. It was dedicated to Asclepios, the Greek god of medicine and son of Apollo. It was founded by the city authorities in 4th century BC in an isolated valley (13 km off the coast).

The most interesting building is the theatre, the best preserved of all classic Greek theatres, which was not altered by the Romans. The theatre of Epidaurus seats 14,000 and is known for its acoustics. It is still used for various performances during the summer.