Archeological Site of Aliki

Archeological Site of Aliki

The archeological site of Aliki is a complex of ancient ruins of a sanctuary, two basilicas and ancient marble quarries. It is located in Aliki, occupying the north (not organized) beach and the edge of the rocky peninsula. The sanctuary dates back to 7 century B.C. and it was probably dedicated to Apollo. The rest of the ruins and the basilicas are considered part of an ancient kingdom called Aliki which thrived here in the past. You can access the quarries from both beaches of the cape but if you pass through the ruins you can see everything at once.

The quarries are half sunken into the sea but they are clearly visible and the marble blocks are distinguished. It is easy to walk on the blocks but you should be careful because water makes them slippery.
highlights: ancient marble quarries and sanctuary, historic sight in Aliki, Thassos, Greece
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Address: Aliki, Thassos, North Aegean Islands, Greece
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