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Explore Epidaurus

It may be Athens that gets all the credit for being the cradle of democracy and philosophy but it was here that the theatre was born, nourished and thrived. Epidaurus is more than an iconic destination. Epidaurus is a sacred land, almost a pilgrimage of what is holy and important, to this very day. Even if ancient drama is not within your scope of interests, it is certainly worth visiting this transient destination. Almost mystical, the vibes of Epidaurus is something that hardly fits in words.

Visit the ancient theatre and throw a coin on the rounded rock right at its very centre and hear the acoustics that have established this location as the beating heart of human expression for centuries. Sit on the ancient limestone and watch the sunset right before you. As the dusk dawns and the actors start gathering on the ancient stage, you will have a collective experience unlike any other; one that makes you part of an audience which goes back thousands of years.


What can you do in Epidaurus?

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Ancient Theatre

The highlight of Epidaurus is undoubtedly the ancient theatre, one of the best preserved theatres of the ancient world. It is renowned not only for the symmetry but primarily for the astonishing acoustics that it offers. The theatre is designed to seat up to 12.000 guests and the sophistication of the construction offers each and every one of them a perfect sound experience with no need for sound amplifications. Two and a half thousand years after it was erected, the building is still entrancing audiences from all sides of the world.


The surroundings of Epidaurus had a very important meaning in the ancient world. The area was dedicated to Asclepius, the mythical healer and practitioner of medicine. Epidaurus was the place of miraculous cures, the destination where the Greeks gathered to be treated by doctor priests, doing the work of Asclepius.