The archeological site of the Franchthi Cave (Σπήλαιο Φράγχθι) is located in the area of Kilada, which was inhabited by mankind in its very early stages around 40.000B.C. The site is accessible by boat or by walking there from Paralia Fournon (Παραλία Φούρνων). It is in this site that the earliest buried human skeleton in Europe had been found after excavations.
A guided tour from an archaeologist is possible. The cave is surrounded by sea in which 2 cities were found which were inhabited by those that had exited the cave.
These cities date at around 3.000 to 6.000B.C. and there is also the possibility of underwater tour.