Young Explorers in Ancient Olympia & Chlemoutsi Castle
Ideal for families travelling with their children in Greece! Accompanied by a tour guide specialising in children’s activities.
A two day family tour for people travelling with their children. As young explorers children visit the archaeological site of Ancient Olympia to learn about the Greek Gods, the weaponry of ancient warriors, the Games and perform their own Olympic games in the ancient stadium under the guidance of a museum educator specialising in childrens programs.
The exploration continues to the most well preserved castle in Greece. Chlemoutsi or Clermont as it was called by French owners was constructed around 1220, the time of the Franks, by Geoffrey II Villehardouin. Through role playing, a clues hunt, storytelling and crafts children enjoy an interactive learning experience.
The journey concludes with an easy hike and picnic in Foloi oak forest, famous for the myths and legends of Centaur and Hercules.
Key highlights of this journey:
– Ancient Olympia
– Chlemoutsi Castle
– Hike & picnic in the Foloi Oak Forest
– Accompanied by a Travel Guide specialising in children’s programs
– Suitable for parents, who feel like children… too!!
Departure6 Filellinon Street, Syntagma Square
Departure TimePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, light jacket.
Here is a map with the places we visit during this half day tour