Cultural treasures, monasteries and churches

  • Visit the Museum of Delphic Festivals home of the famous poet Angelos Sikelianos and his wife Eva Palmer. Situated next to the archaeological site with breath-taking mountain views, the museum features photographic and printed material from the Delphic Festivals, costumes from drama performances in the ancient theatre of Delphi, handwritten texts from the poet, Eva Palmer’s famous broadloom and other interesting items.
  • The European Cultural Centre of Delphi is a cultural organization situated very close to the hotel and consists of conference halls, exhibitions, workshop spaces, an open-air theatre, a sculpture park, and more. In an excellent position with a breath-taking view the center organizes cultural and educational activities, student programs, art collections, theatre, music, and different seminars on ancient Greek language and civilization.
  • Visit the Byzantine monastery of Osios Loukas, situated on the slopes of Mount Helicon. It is one of Greece’s most important monuments of Middle Byzantine architecture and art, containing the finest mosaics, frescoes and icons in the country from the 11th century. It has also been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. About a 40-minute drive from the hotel.
  • The Church of St. Nicholas can be found very close to the hotel, a beautiful building with interesting architecture.


Artworks displayed in the hotel

Some notable artworks in the hotel are The Delphic Light (Fos) by sculpurist Gerasimos Sklavos situated in the garden as well as several wall ceramic compositions by artist Giannis Moralis which can be found hanging in most of the hotel rooms.