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The Archaeological Museum of Marathon is developed in five rooms and includes findings from the Neolithic to the late Roman period. Right next door there is a patio that houses

Middle Helladic tombs.


The only surviving Egyptian sanctuary in Attica, a visitable archeological site since 2001, while the excavations continue to this day. It dates back to around 160 AD. and is attributed to Herodes Atticus. 


In the valley of Limikos at the northeastern end of Attica, the ruins of the ancient municipality of Ramnountos of the Aiantida tribe are preserved. In this area is the famous sanctuary of Nemesis.


In the plain of Marathon is preserved the earthen mound high. 9 m. Created to cover the bodies of dead Athenian fighters from the world-famous battle of Marathon in 490 BC.


The oldest cemetery in Attica
(3,200-2,800 BC).
Organized in the area are 60 tombs guarding human skeletons

Early Helladic Cemetery
πρωτοελλαδικό νεκροταφείο

The habitation in Plasi dates back to 3,000 BC.  The excavation in Plasi is open to visitors during the month of the excavation (every May), contributing to the opening of archaeological science to the general public. Free Entrance


The history of the Olympic Marathons, starting from 1896 until 2004.
More than 4,000 exhibits, including the first medal of the Road Marathon, by Spyros Louis.

Group Running

The Marathon Dam was built in 1926 creating the impressive artificial lake. The Lake Marathon Museum can be visited only with appointment via telephone +302108141355.


Restored rural two-storey house of the 19th century, in Barnabas. His collection consists of 5,000 exhibits.


It includes, among others, 2000 exhibits of embroidered and religious bread from all over Greece and 40 countries abroad.


Large dark concave with two narrow entrances, rooms with rich stalactite and stalagmite decoration, and limestone basins, some of which are still full of water today.


Signposted, hiking & cycling routes offer the opportunity to discover the natural beauty and monuments of the area.

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