As of 2021, there are 18 properties in Greece inscribed on the World Heritage List, 16 of which are cultural sites and two (Meteora and Mount Athos) are mixed, listed for both their natural and cultural significance. The first site added to the list was the Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae, in 1986. The next two sites listed were the Archeological site of Delphi and the Acropolis of Athens, in the following year. Five sites were added in 1988, two in 1989 and 1990 each, one in 1992, one in 1996, two in 1999, and one in 2007. The most recent site added was the Archaeological Site of Philippi, in 2016. There are no transnational sites in Greece. In addition, there are 14 sites on the tentative list, all of which were nominated in 2014.

(source: Wikipedia)

UNESCO world heritage sites

Ancient Epidaurus is most famous today for giving us the best-preserved ancient Greek theatre

Ancient Epidaurus, the original deluxe healing centre

Ancient Epidaurus is most famous today for giving us the best-preserved ancient Greek theatre, where productions still take place. But as the sick and wounded found out in antiquity, it was also an all-encompassing centre for healing, worship and sport.
The immense armour of King Philip II, displayed in evocatively dimmed light

Feel the majesty of Vergina’s Royal Tombs

Take a journey to the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Macedonia and explore the burial chamber of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great, in this UNESCO-protected archaeological wonder just an hour from Thessaloniki
Here she is, standing proudly at the top of the Sacred Rock… the best known temple of the ancient world, the Parthenon

A tour of the Acropolis in Athens

Take a tour of the Acropolis of Athens and discover why one of the greatest cultural landmarks of world history continues to emit a special energy over the city it has inspired for more than 2,500 years