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The village is a pole of attraction for thousands of visitors, not only for its wonderful beaches but also for the important archaeological findings, which have come to the surface after archaeological research, carried out on its beach.
In Kallithea, the sanctuary of Dionysus and the Nymphs, part of the sanctuary of Ammon Zeus (who was worshiped in the area since the 5th century BC) and the area of the altar have been excavated.
In the middle of the 4th century BC a large Doric temple was built in honor of Ammon Zeus.
Dionysus had already begun to be worshiped in the area from the 8th century BC, as evidenced by a staircase carved into the rock and a cave dedicated to the worship of the god.