In ancient times, people believed in the healing powers of Kallithea’s waters. As early as the 7th century BC, the Greeks, Romans, and Byzantines travelled to Kallithea Springs to benefit from these properties.
Kallithea Springs is open to visitors every day from 08:00 to 20:00. I’d recommend arriving early to enjoy the pristine surroundings before the crowds descend. At the time of writing, entrance fees are €4 per adult and €2 for children ages 12 and under.
Arguably one of the best things to do at Kallithea Springs is to go for a swim in the crystal clear waters and enjoy the refreshing Mediterranean temperature.
If you plan to spend the day at Kallithea Springs then I’d recommend hiring sunbeds. Here you can relax and soak up the sun on the picturesque bay, surrounded by palm trees and charming architecture.
Discover the beautiful arched structures, marble buildings and impressive rotunda as you stroll around the pathways. This historical site has been carefully preserved, making it an ideal destination for architecture lovers.