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Modest but well worth the trip

The restored tomb is beautifully done and it was good to wander round the site....nobody else here... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2017
Atmospheric old tombs

Very atmospheric, you get a great sense of the amount of work it took to build. Very old tombs... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2015
Athens, Greece
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3 weeks ago
“Older than Agamemnon's 'treasury' at Mycenae”
17 May 2018
“Waste of time”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well off the beaten track, a gem of a tholos tomb site. Set in beautiful countryside this site has the added bonus of a walk to the stalactite gorge in the valley below.

Thank ThomBorth
Reviewed 18 May 2018

As a group of four we visited the Tombs yesterday (Thursday 17th May 2018). We paid €8 between us and spent less than 10 minutes there to see two or three ruins and an intact tomb with nothing in it. The site in which the...More

Thank mel0491
Reviewed 22 September 2017

The restored tomb is beautifully done and it was good to wander round the site....nobody else here today..1 euro entrance for us oldies! 5KM from Kalo Nero.

Thank DavidWilsonHerts
Reviewed 31 August 2016

When entering the area, you may feel let down. Don't, there's more than meets the eye. Start with the main tomb (only one is well-preserved). It may not look very amazing at first glance, but check where it was build and how great an acoustic...More

Thank DatenshiFA
Reviewed 10 September 2015

I don't understand all the positive reviews here. Really nothing to see out there. The acoustics are fun but that's it. Our local hotel staff didn't even know the place.

Thank Jasper G
Reviewed 8 August 2015

Very atmospheric, you get a great sense of the amount of work it took to build. Very old tombs predating most known greek history.

Thank MrMortonScience
Reviewed 5 May 2015

Close to the main road, is easily accesible even from the pass by travelers. Four tombs with one of them in a very good condition. The area is beautiful and if you have some spare time, it worth to spend 40min for a small hike...More

Thank Kostas C
Reviewed 21 April 2015

On this trip I have had the privilege to visit Apollo Epicurus, Ancient Messini, and Ancient Olympia. They were all wonderful. But this tomb, nestled in the hills just a few miles north of beautiful Kyparissia was somehow more important and moving to me. If...More

1  Thank Nancy D
Reviewed 5 October 2013

It is close to Kalo Nero 5 kilometers distance only. Be careful it is closed every Monday. Fantastic place with four Pro Mycenean Tombs. The biggest one is on the top of the hill and you enter inside. Try to stand on the center and...More

3  Thank Iridaresort
Reviewed 24 September 2013

Tombs are located in mysterious location not far from Kalo Nero. Your experience will be a special spiritual feeling inside the tomb.

Thank Peter P
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