The Archaeological Site of Nikopolis, which “spreads” over an area of tens of acres, is an archaeological treasure, the ambition of which is to become a Model Archaeological Park of world renown.
The city was founded as a symbol of the great victory of Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, and later Roman Emperor Augustus against Mark Antony and Cleopatra VII of Egypt at Actium in 31 BC. and flourished during the Roman period.
The visitor can browse among impressive mosaic findings and see up close the Roman walls, the Roman theater, the unique conservatory, the nymphaeum, the Roman baths of Ancient Nicopolis, Roman houses, as well as the place where the infamous Monument was placed of the victory of Augustus in the naval battle of Actium.
The visitor can also see the influence of Christianity in Nicopolis, learn about the famous stoic philosopher Epictetus and take part in a “magical journey” to the famous city of Nike.