Sanctuary of Apollo
Home to the famous Oracle of Delphi, this mountain sanctuary was the holiest site in Ancient Greece. It was believed to be the center of the world, marked by the sacred Omphalos stone.
Located 48 miles west of Athens, Corinth was an important Greek city that also played a prominent role in the life of the Apostle Paul. Ruins include Temples of Apollo, Aphrodite and Octavia.
The famous Temple of Athena Parthenos, built in 440 BC, crowns the Acropolis. It was a major sacred site and is considered one of the finest examples of Greek architecture anywhere.
Temple of Hephaestus
This fine Doric temple was built just two years before the Parthenon, dedicated to the god of volcanoes and metalworking.
This 11th-century Byzantine monastery and World Heritage Site is famed for the golden mosaics that cover its walls.
This iconic door that leads nowhere is the entrance to an unfinished Temple of Apollo that faces exactly toward Delos, the god's birthplace. It was begun about 530 BC.
Temple of Poseidon
Overlooking the sea from atop the sheer cliffs of Cape Sounion, the Temple of Poseidon was built in 444 BC for the god of the sea.
This mountainous peninsula in northern Greece is home to 20 Eastern Orthodox monasteries, the earliest of which was founded in 963 AD.
Guided Tours of Greece
- Pilgrimage to Greece & Turkey: The 7 Churches of the Revelation
- Mykonos Shore Excursion: Private Tour to Delos Island
- Delos Day Trip from Mykonos
- Mykonos Shore Excursion: Private Tour of Little Venice, Kalafati Beach and Panagia Tourliani Monastery
- Athens Photography Walking Tour: Hills and Demes of Ancient Greece
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