National Park since 1938, the second oldest after Olympus, Parnassos has many faces. Its proximity to the capital and the variety of activities it offers, make it very popular, but have also influenced its landscapes.

The mountain owes its name to the mythical hero Parnassos, son of Poseidon and the nymph Cleodora. The highest peak is Liakoura with an altitude of 2,457 meters.

No matter how much you look back, Parnassos has always been one of the most emblematic mountains of Greece.
The oracle of Delphi, the Korykeion cave, the remains of the fortifications of Lilaia or Tithorea, the inn of Gravia, the cave of Androutsos, are some of the point imprints of the important history of this place