From Rodia begins a road that leads to the small picturesque village Mamousia.
There is an archaeological site with Hellenistic cemetery, ruins of walls and theate. Traces the ancient Kyrenia, according to Pausanias, was named by the ruler or the place or the Keryniti river (on the position of a controversy after the others put in place todays Kyrenia).
The legend says that in ancient Kyrenia lived Kerynitis doe Venus, the deer which Hercules had to surrender to Eurystheus, without being injured. There was the famous temple, so Eumenides built by Orestes after his acquittal, the vote of Athena, by the court of the Areopagus of Athens for the murder of his mother. The ancient city had decorated temples and statues.
The ancient Kyrenia was one of the twelve most important cities and Achaian remarkably bloom with the arrival of the warlords.
For enthusiasts ecotourism recommend the fantastic journey that starts from Mamousia, passes from the archaeological site of Ancient Kyrenia and leads to plateau
"Saints Asomatoi." So Walk between the vines to the northern part of the plateau from where you get a fantastic view to the Corinthian and descending the mountain pass from the cave of Hercules to finally arrive as Diakopto.
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