Once navel of the world, according to the ancient greek mythology, Delphi is famous for having been the main site of devotion to Apollo, for the Pythia goddess and her oracles, and for the Pythian Games, which were held every four years.

The sanctuary

The sanctuary of Pythion Apollo. Built on the southern slopes of the Mount Parnassos, it faces the valley leading from Lamia to Itea and to the Korinthiakos gulf.

The theatre

The Pythian Games also included artistic contests.

The temple

The temple of Apollo

The stadium

The stadium of Delphi, located above the sanctuary of Apollo.

The gymnasium

Like most of the greek cities, Delfi had its own Gymnasium, for the training of the young athlets.

Athena Pronaia

The sanctuary of Athena Pronaia.