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Ancient hill «Pronos»
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People have inhabited it for almost 50 centuries. On one side of the hill is the picturesque harbour, full of fish taverns, an anchorage for the flying dolphins of the Argosaronikos Gulf; on the other side there’s the cosmopolitan Mandrakia, ...


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Bisti
Attractions - Ermioni

It’s worth taking a walk over to the renowned Bisti (meaning tail), the all-green piney edge of the peninsula on the town fringes; with its marvelous all-white mill, its great view, its crystal blue waters and its invaluable archaeological treasures, ...


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History and Folk Art Museum
Attractions - Ermioni

It is housed in the Economou traditional stone mansion and constitutes an integral part of modern history; it was in this neoclassic building that the Third National Assembly began its sittings in 1827. In its front yard you can find ...


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Island Dokos
Attractions - Ermioni

facing Ermioni, is where the oldest shipwreck known has been traced. In 1975 the pottery cargo of a shipwreck was found, dating back in the Early Helladic II period (2700-2200/2100 BC). In the years 1989-1992 the ancient shipwreck was thoroughly ...


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Metropolitan Church of Taxiarches
Attractions - Ermioni

This 17th century church of Byzantine style dominates the town centre; it was built upon the ancient temple of the goddess Demeter and it was there that the revolutionists participating in the Third National Assembly took their oath.


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Monastery of Saints Anargyroi (The Holy Unmercenary Doctors)
Attractions - Ermioni

It’s close to Ermioni if you are heading to Kranidi. It was built on the remains of the temple of Asclepius in the 9th-10th century and it’s quite famous for its hot springs. It offered great services to the local ...


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Thermisi
Attractions - Ermioni

On the east end of Ermioni is the renowned Thermisi, a place worth visiting for its habitat of rare migratory birds. Facing Thermisi is the imposing castle of Thermisia, built by the Venetians in the 12th century.


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