Archaeological site of Dion Greece

Archaeological site of Dion

Site Information

The archaeological site of Dion spans approximately 1,500 acres and the excavation of the findings relate mainly to the Roman and early Christian times. Inside the park of Dion you will walk through a magical 4.5 km and admire what has survived from the sanctuary of Asklepios, the sanctuary of Demeter, the sanctuary of Zeus Olympios, the temple of Isis, the Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Roman and the Hellenistic theater and the baths. You will be impresses by the statues that are scattered in the archaeological site surrounded by lakes and bushes which will occupy your camera.



Full admission: 4€, Reduced admission: 2€
Unified ticket: Full admission: 6€, Reduced admission: 3€
The unified ticket is valid for the archaeological site and the museum.


Visiting hours

November 1st  - March 31st
Monday to Sunday: 8:00 to 15:00
April 1st  - October 31st
Monday to Sunday: 8:00 to 19:00



The archaeological site of Dion is located about 29 km. from the village of Platamonas going towards Katerini.


People with Disabilities

People with disabilities do not have easy access to the archaeological site.