Livadi Fort (Kastro)

Livadi Fort (Kastro)

Livadi Fort (Kastro) is the ruins of a Hellenistic era fortification (323-316 BC) that commands the top of a hill overlooking Livadi beach.

There are also finds dating to the Neolithic era, as well as remnants of a Temple of Zeus and a sanctuary of the goddess Tyche (Fortune).

The monument was inhabited in more recent years and was abandoned in 1930.

Directions for access Accessible only on foot. The path starts from the road connecting the villages of Agios Georgios and Panagia, and it is a 10-minute walk.

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