The next day, renewed and relaxed with summer weather, we continued our tour to the Temple of Epicurean Apollo, the second masterpiece of the architect Iktinos together with the Parthenon. Our Jaguars climbed to an altitude of 1130 m and we parked our “colored metal knights” to stand proudly in front of the tourists’ selfies. This great temple, a world monument of humanity protected by Unesco, is the oldest monument where all three ancient Greek architectural styles meet – Doric, Ionian and Corinthian.
We crossed the villages of Andritsina and Karytaina to reach Agroktima Papakia. This huge agro-touristic farm hosting deer, geese, ostriches, ponies, wild boars, pheasants, partridges, turkeys, guinea fowls, quails, ducks, and sea turtles never thought one day to welcome jaguars! They kindly kept a shady place for our big cats and a reserved private area in their taverna to taste their country dishes.
Another successful event was about to end but, before leaving, everyone was looking forward to save the date for the next one in Nemea: the most important wine region of the Peloponnese for our exclusive event “Master of Winery”.