Starting point: Mycenae or Prosymni
Distance : 11 km one way
Ways of crossing: Οn foot
Main sights: Acropolis of Mycenae, walking the same ancient path that the King of Agamemnon walked,Hellenistic tower,Roman baths.
This route follows the traces of an ancient road that connected Mycenaean citadel of Mycenae with the basin of Prosimni, which its passed the shortest route (Kontoporeia) linking Argos with Korinthos.The route passes from many points of great archaeological interest: Hellenistic tower near Prosimni,Roman baths and a cistern,from a very odd little church next to the baths, vaulted Mycenaean tomb, ruins of a Mycenaean settlement on the hill called ‘Mastos’ and at the end of our walk the citadel of Mycenae. The total length of the route is 11.1 km(one way) and the altitude is no more than 230 meters. The beginning of the journey can be made by the Prosimni, a picturesque village on the highest point of a small basin, which is separated from the plain of Argos with the narrow gorge Klisoura.