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Destination type:

Archaeological site


Troezen is located in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece.It is a small but historically significant town known for its ties to Greek mythology and its picturesque setting.

Visit the Sanctuary of Asklepios: Troezen was home to the Sanctuary of Asklepios, the god of healing, where visitors sought cures for ailments. The ruins of this ancient sanctuary are worth exploring.

Explore the Archaeological Site of Troezen: Wander through the archaeological site to see remnants of ancient structures and the remains of the city walls.

Mythological Sites: Troezen is linked to Greek mythology as the birthplace of Theseus, the legendary hero who slew the Minotaur. You can visit the cave where Theseus is said to have hidden during his youth and the temple dedicated to him.

Hiking and Nature: The surrounding area offers opportunities for hiking and exploring nature trails. Mount Kyllene, overlooking Troezen, provides stunning views and hiking routes.

Interested in visiting Peloponnese?

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