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Megalopoli, capital of the homonymous prefecture. Its history begins in the 4rth century B.C., when 40 arkadian towns united, forming the Big Town, cultural and spiritual center of Arkadia, with Panhellenic glow. Its Ancient Theater is the bigger in Ancient Greece, with a capacity of 20.000 spectators.
"Lykosoura, the most ancient of towns ever to exist on a continental or island ground, the first town that saw the sun light" - Pafsanias, "Arkadika"
Agia Theodora - Vasta, a small miracle of nature: trees lie on the roof of a small church, Agia Theodora, who died in this site saying "let my body become a church, my blood become water, my hair become the forest".
Get to know a beautiful path south of Isaris, to the forest towards the old Railroad Station
Paradeisia, to the beginning of the path Paradeisia-Ellinitsa; a route leads to the spring of Veligostị, a magnificent site with plane-trees, between ancient Kromoi and medieval Veligosti.
Dyrrachio, well hidden among the dense fir-trees, the Cloister of Rekitsa, known as the base of Papaflessas, a greek hero of the Greek Revolution.
Leontario, its strategic site made it, during meta-byzantine years the commercial and administrative center of the whole region.
East Falaisia, the ancient apple of discord between Arkads and Spartans, it impresses yet today with its springs of Evrotas River, the castle of Helmos, the Cyclopian Walls and the Ambelaki Monastery, built in a Taygetos Gorge.
Elliniko, close to the Lousios Gorge; ancient Gortyna newar the Monasteries of Prodromos and Philisophos.
Lousios River, the coldest of all rivers, tempts one's senses.
Karytaina, the Frankish castle, the old mansions revive another era, when it dominated the whole area; Alfeios River crosses Karytaina. Discover a stone bridge from the 13th century, on Alfeios River, with a small church in its center.
Lykaio, the sacred mountain of Arkads, where ancient Greeks place the birth place of Zeus. On its peak was the temple of Zeus Lykaeus, the entrance to which was forbidden to mortals, as matter lost its shadow there.
Try the peak of Lykaion one morning and discover the first sun rays, reflecting to the golden eagles round the monument of Apollo Epicurus (5 km straight).