Delphi Town

General information

Delphi village Sterea: Delphi village is easily one of the most picturesque villages or rural retreats of Greece. It has a population of approximately of 1,500 people and can easily disarm the most discerning traveler with their warmth and friendship. The landscape is dramatic and filled with green vegetation.

The village of Delphi dates back to the prehistoric era and came into the limelight during the Classical era. Delphi has played a significant role in shaping Greek history. There are many Greek legends that are associated with Delphi. Of particular importance is the Greek God Apollo who became the presiding deity of Delphi.

In the modern era, Delphi is governed by its own Municipality. Today apart from Delphi proper, the ancient historical town of Chrisso, or Krisa as it was known in the earlier days have also been incorporated under the Municipality of Delphi. According to historical scholars, Chrisso dates back to the time of Homer (14th BC-15 BC).

Hotels in Town

We have made a selection of the best hotels in Town.
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Hotel Suites4 stars

Amalia Hotel Delphi, has 185 rooms, fully air-conditioned, all with private bathrooms, direct dial telephone and satellite TV. Among the facilities are a restaurant, a coffee-shop, a souvenir and jewellery shop, various lounges and verandas, beautiful gardens and ample parking. Finally there is an ...

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Hotel Rooms Suites4 stars

Kastalia Boutique Hotel is a four-star establishment with stripped-back rooms and suites. It offers a premium breakfast buffet, quality dining options, a bar, and scenic views.



Hotel Suites Family Rooms3 stars

The Acropole Delphi Hotel is a quaint, family-run hotel that invites you to enjoy the Navel of Earth, Delphi. Only one block from the town centre, the peaceful location allows guests to get away from the crowds while still being very close to all the local amenities, the Archaeological Site, and the ...


Things to See & Do in Town

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1 Review
  • Elizabeth Scott 26 Jun 2023
    A treasure
    An interesting collection, with many photographs and some costume and artefacts. These tell the history of an attempt to revive the festival. Some notices are in Greek only. A fascinating yet sad tale.