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Bisti is a small pine-clad peninsula at the end of the city and
at the same time an open-air archaeological site. In the summer, the limpid
waters of its beaches render it a most enjoyable spot for swimming, while it
is also an inviting place for walkers all year round and at all times of the
Lavish temples have been built here. On the most central, flat hill of Bisti visitors can still see today the stone foundations at the base of the temple of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, and the Temple of Poseidon, both of which extend towards the renovated stark white windmill.
Bisti used to be surrounded by “Cyclopean Walls”, the remains of which are still conspicuous today, mainly in the northern part of the city; in the same area lie the remnants of the workshops wherein the porphyra was produced.
This text is cited March 2004 from the Municipality of Ermioni tourist pamphlet.
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