Start this tour at Demeter‘s temple near Sangri. Apart from the impressive temple ruins, you will have the chance to visit the archeological museum located in the same area and see the findings from the site. This monumental, all-marble temple was constructed in the late 6th century.
We continue to Damalas, a cute little village in the heart of Tragea Valley, where we watch a demonstration at the only remaining traditional pottery workshop and an old olive press, a bit further. Then we drive to Halki, a picturesque village where you can walk in the narrow marble alleys, visit the traditional citron distillery from 1896, and have a coffee enjoying the classy atmosphere.
Next visit Apiranthos, the “marble village” where you can stroll on the marble cobbled streets and take loads of photos before reaching Apollonas a typical Cycladic fishermen village, ideal for swimming or just relaxing at the cafes and taverns by the sea. Admire the impressive 10m statue, a colossal unfinished Kouros-style statue from 600 BC.