Methana is not an island, it is a northeast peninsula of the Peloponnese that along with Nisyros, Santorini and Milos, completes the volcanic arc of the South Aegean.
Famous for their thermal baths and the prehistoric settlement of the Mycenaean Era of the 14th century BC. which was discovered 1.5 km from Methana at the foundations of the small church of Sts Constantine and Helen. The archaeological finds of the excavations are kept at the Piraeus Museum.
Also, the well preserved walls and the gate from the ruins of the Acropolis of Methans of the 4th -5th c. B.C. are located on the hill of Paleokastro built with volcanic stone.
The well-preserved stone throne, which was located in the largest Methana crater on the Throni plateau in Megalohori, is now kept in the Poros museum.
The magnificent harbor of the peninsula safely houses many sailing boats with picturesque taverns and a café-bar on the paved courtyard shaded by tall palm trees facing the islet of Agioi Anargyroi.
The imposing form of the area, the buildings of the baths have been renovated, many visitors welcome to the spa treatments.
The picturesque harbor of Vathi, taken from another era, offers tranquility and tranquility.
More than 30 craters are located on the peninsula, with the village of Kameni Chora a genuine representative of the volcanic landscape with houses built from the ebony lava of the earth's ghosts. When you climb to the top, a magnificent view will compensate you as you face the magical sunset.
It is worthwhile to swim in Almyra Beach of Paleokastro, Agios Georgios, Limnionas, Kounoupitsa, Foflaka, the beaches of Pausanias and Vathi.
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