Explore Vravrona region during a half-day tour and enjoy a rich brunch at a local dairy shop before arriving at the temple. Vineyards, olive groves, and fig trees surround the Temple of Artemis and the Museum, making it an ideal destination for travelers seeking to discover a cultural gem just 45 kilometers outside Athens. In Ancient Greece, the Sanctuary was an important cult center that played a key role in the religious life of Athenian women. According to a myth, this is the temple where Iphigeneia, daughter of king Agamemnon, was brought by her brother Orestis when they met in Tauris, where she served as a priestess in a local temple of Artemis. Iphigeneia had been transferred to Tauris by the goddess Artemis herself when she saved her from the sacrifice by her father before the war of Troy.

East Attica is also a region with very fertile plains and offers a wide range of gastronomic experiences. Besides wine production, the area has a rich farming tradition producing excellent quality dairy products, such as white and yellow cheeses made with fresh goat and sheep milk, velvet yogurt, and flavorful rice pudding. Explore Vravrona during a half-day tour and enjoy a unique cultural and culinary experience!


    5 hours



  • WHEN



    Luxury Mini Van/Sedan


    English, Greek



Per person (for a group of 6)


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The experience at a glance

  • This unique experience will start by picking you up from your hotel. Our tour starts with towards the airport and before crossing the vineyards and the fig orchards of Mesogaia we will stop at a well-known family-run dairy shop for brunch. Learn about the history of the family and enjoy a fresh rice pudding and a crispy piece of cheese pie. You will also taste the famous Must Cookies, a typical product of the area.
  • Our next stop is the  Archaeological site of Vravrona located in a green area of natural beauty. You will firstly have the chance to visit the museum that hosts findings from the area with the impressive sculptures of the “She-Bears” among them. Artemis besides being the goddess of nature and hunting was also the protectress of childbirth which is why there were found many sculptures representing young boys and girls.
  • After the museum, get lost and found between the remains of the Sanctuary of Artemis , walk around the impressive “Stoa” and gaze at the unique Doric temple  built in the early 5th century BC.


What’s included

  • Transfers
  • Dairy visit and brunch: rice pudding, cheese pie , Must Cookies
  • Services of our local food expert
  • A bottle of water.
  • All taxes and fees

Not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Licensed Guide (can be arranged with an extra cost)
  • Any products purchased
  • Gratuities

How it works

  • Fill out the inquiry form and receive within 24h our offer.
  • Accept the offer within 2 days and pay through Stripe, Paypal or Bank Transfer.
  • Receive confirmation of your booking and a detailed itinerary.
  • Our tours can be customized according to your needs.
  • Cancellation policy : 4 days before : full refund 2-3 days before : 50 % refund 1 day or no show up : no refund

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Practical info


Your safety and comfort are our foremost priority! We recommend that you wear comfortable shoes, a hat and sunscreen especially during hot spring and summer days


This walk I may include a few hills and stairs; we do not recommend this walk for participants with mobility issues.


Face masks required in public areas. Hand sanitizer and extra masks will be available to travelers and staff.


Please let us know if you have any food allergies or special dietary needs

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