Monastery of Perivleptos The path continues down, via an impressive mansion house, to the exceptional Monastery of Perivleptos, which is built into a rock and tucked away in a pine grove at the far end of the site.
Historic Site Spread over a steep mountainside and surrounded by verdant olive and orange trees, this former Byzantine capital and fortified city is the single most compelling set of medieval ruins in Greece.
The upper level consists of church, museum and monks' cells.
Definitely a must see while visiting Athens.
Furthermore, Aegean Sea lies in the east of the mainland, Mediterranean Sea in the south, and Ionian Sea in the west.
Although controversial in expert circles, his reconstructions help casual visitors conceive of what the palace might have looked like in its heyday.