Situated on the road to ITEA 1.500 m from Delphi, built amphitheatrically in the most majestic site of Delphi, offers the quest, a unique view over the Gulf of Corinth and the famous sea of olive trees.
To a sacred, magical location the ancient Greeks considered the centre of the world to be in Delphi, marked by the stone monument known as the omphalos. Near this sacred place Apollo Camping is enstablished.
Delphi (Delfí), lying on the slopes of Mount Parnassus high above the Gulf of Corinth, is one of the most famous historic sites in Greece, known throughout the ancient Greek world and beyond as the sanctuary of Apollo and the shrine of his oracle. Its wealth of archaeological treasures combines with its magnificent mountain setting and its importance in Greek mythology to make Delphi one of the most awe-inspiring places to visit in Greece.
Zeus released two eagles, one to the East and one to the West and they met at Delphi, making them the center of the world.
Delphi is an independent destination for hikers, as it is very well known for its ancient worshipers’ trail from Kirra to Delphi.
Parnassus National Park covers an area of 36.000 decares and along with the one in Olympus, they are the oldest National Parks in the country.