Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia, Delphi, Greece
Explore the region with the top things to do in Delphi, Greece


Nestled in the heart of a sacred part of the mainland, things to do in Delphi, Greece are manifold. Discover the mystique of the Delphi Archaeological Site, where ancient Greeks sought divine guidance. Embark on scenic hikes on Mount Parnassus, revealing breathtaking vistas. Unwind amidst the town’s tranquil charm and explore nearby olive groves, making Delphi a haven for cultural immersion and natural beauty.


The Parnassos Ski Centre is one of the top things to do in Delphi, Greece especially during the Winter months. It has 19 slopes, 7 ski trails, 8 connecting trails and 3 mini beginners’ slopes with baby lifts, with a total length of 36 km.


From Delphi to the Korykio cave

Known as “Bad ladder”, the ancient path starts from the highest point of the village (next to the museum of Angelos Sikelianos). The paved path provides a unique view of the Pleistos valley and the archaeological site. (1 hour).

Other routes – alternative routes, old paths suitable for hiking. Some of the most important ones are: Kalyvia Arachova plateau-Prodoli-Gerontovrachos-Liacoura. Starting from the eastern edge of Kalyvia, you can follow the old path through green slopes towards Prodoli. Continue following the river to the double well (1h.30). By traverse you reach the base of Liakoura (1h). From this side you can climb to the top. (45 minutes).

Agoriani or Eptalofos (8 km)

It is one of the best resorts of Parnassos for all seasons of the year. It is a historic, beautiful and amphitheatrically built on seven hills at an altitude of 850-990 meters near the slopes of Parnassos. Green, with abundant springs and natural beauties, Eptalofos was a refuge of the Byzantine emperors Komnenoi and was burnt to the ground during the Occupation.

Attractions of the area are the many chapels, the picturesque springs and finally the path marked E4 from the central square of the village that is the beginning of two routes, one to Delphi and one to Kaloskopi. Finally, in Eptalofos lived and created for many years our poet Angelos Sikelianos, whose house functions as a museum.

The Canyon of Asopos (42 km)

The canyon can be crossed all year round. It is located on the peaks of Oiti and is a small wonder of nature, with crystal clear water and closed high walls.

It is also of historical interest as it was the passage of Ephialtes, when he betrayed the Greeks to the Persians during the Battle of Thermopylae.

Vagonneto – Mining Park of Fokida (32 km)

The Mining Park of Fokida is a new and unique attraction in Greece. It is a place to get acquainted with the history of bauxite mining and exploitation that, with the help of Vagonneto, takes image, form and sound in front of our eyes 200 meters below the surface of the Earth!

The city of Amfissa

Visiting Amfissa is also one of the top things to do in Delphi, Greece. Amfissa is 15 km from Delphi, and is the capital of the region of Fokida. It’s acropolis dates back to 600 BC. Here you will have the opportunity to visit the ancient monastery (11th century) which is preserved on the west side of the city. The surrounding valley is very fertile with olive trees and takes us back to Delphi.


Itea is 15 km from our Delphi 4 star hotel. The second most densely populated town in Fokida and a port on the Corinthian Gulf, 12 km south of Amfissa. It is built near the port of ancient Kirra (1 km from Itea), where an ancient settlement and parts of the walls are preserved. In the modern seaside village of Kirra, there is a large beach, very popular in the area, where visitors can enjoy swimming and water sports in the crystal clear waters of the Corinthian Gulf and fresh fish in the taverns of the area.

Monastery of the prophet Elias

Located 10 km from Delphi and built in a lovely circular area, the Monastery of Prophet Elias provides spectacular views of the Corinthian Gulf and the olive valley of Itea.

Monastery of Saint Loukas

The Monastery of Saint Loukas is the most important Byzantine monument of the 11th century in Greece. It is located on a picturesque hillside at the western foothills of Mount Helicon, near the village of Stiri, at an altitude of 430 m. The monastery is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.


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