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Ermioni - Bisti

Bisti is a pine-cladded peninsula at the eastern end of Ermioni, and at the same time, an open-air archaeological site. During the year, rock bathing and swimming is extremely enjoyable, especially in the clear blue waters on the southern (Mandrakia) side of the peninsula. No matter what the season, the Bisti is an inviting place for swimmers, walkers and joggers all year round and at any time of the day.

Ermioni - Bisti

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Below the renovated white windmill (milos), facing the islands of Dokos and Hydra, is the ancient nobleman's tomb.

Ancient Hermione, with the fortified Poseideon citadel built on the Bisti, used to be surrounded by 'Cyclopean' walls, the foundations of which are still visible today on the northern side of the Bisti, in addition to many places around the present town.

During the ancient period, the Bisti was known as the Poseideon, with lavish temples, buildings and a theatre built within the defensive stone fortifications.

The windmill which is situated along the Bisti.

A tiny beach where one swim and relax.

Many sheltered coves are situated along the Bisti.

The pine cladded Bisti, where one can enjoy a leisurely walk, or swim.