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Imposing 4th Century BC fortress and temples. Remote but easy car access.

Ramnous (or Rhamnous) site is very large and rocky, we walked about 4km. The area is not shaded and... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2018
Vlad B
Sydney, Australia
Impressive from a distance.

Nice to find a site well sign posted.Its a straight walk along the dirt track so you cant get... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2016
Steven R
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Reviewed 8 August 2018

Here we have the Temple to Nemesis, no standing columns but set on high above the sea. Its fame in ancient times came from its temple being destroyed by the Persians and the implacable God of revenge then seeing them off with a little help...More

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Reviewed 1 August 2018

Ramnous (or Rhamnous) site is very large and rocky, we walked about 4km. The area is not shaded and does not have any facilities, so bring your hat, good hiking shoes, sunscreen and water. It is one of the most significant sites in Attica. The...More

Thank Vlad B
Reviewed 14 May 2018

We had heard so much about this site, so set out full of hope on May 1st. There are hardly any signs to it, and we had to stop and ask directions several times. It was a public holiday, a day when you think many...More

Thank Mikeandga
Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

I get off at the Victoria station in Metro and go to the long distance bus stop for the marathon. I got on the bus from 9:00. The price is 4.10 euros. Arrived in the marathon town for about 1 hour and 20 minutes. From...More

1  Thank angelina295
Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

Brilliant and surprisingly evocative ruins in a fabulous location. The ladies in the hut at the entrance were really friendly and helpful: they pointed is towards Small Seti Beach with a simple but excellent beachside Taverna for a well deserved lunch and a cooling swim...More

1  Thank VickyH2
Reviewed 14 June 2016

Classical Athens was not only the Acropolis or the Agora. It was also the small settlements all around Attica, and Rhamnous is the better preserved example. A site that includes everything: two temples of Namesis, houses, fortifications, an unusual theatre, burial monuments and unspoiled Attic...More

2  Thank Constantinos2014
Reviewed 29 May 2016 via mobile

Nice to find a site well sign posted.Its a straight walk along the dirt track so you cant get lost.Great photo of the whole site as you come down the hill on the track.Once you get to the bottom you can wonder through the ruins.Great...More

4  Thank Steven R
Reviewed 20 November 2015

I arrived half an hour before closing on 29th September and the woman in the kiosk wasn't too impressed with my arrival, but she did let me in and state that I had 15 minutes. She said I couldn't go to the main site but...More

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 24 August 2015

According to my guide it is a nice place. It was hard to find it and it is open only until 15. o' clock, so we can not visit it. :-(

Thank alterra2015
Reviewed 30 September 2014

This is a fantastic ancient city located in the same coast line as Sesi Beach. It is well kept over the time, as it was a live city 2550 years ago, as one of the largest boroughs in Attica, Athens suburb. Located panoramicaly above the...More

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