EUROPEAN CULTURAL CENTRE OF DELPHI (ECCD)
The EUROPEAN CULTURAL CENTRE OF DELPHI (E.C.C.D.) was founded in 1977, upon the inspiration and initiative of Konstantinos Karamanlis with the view of setting up a European and worldwide intellectual centre in Delphi.
According to its founding law, its aim is to "serve international cultural interests" and "develop common cultural principles that will unite the peoples of Europe” through the “publication of studies on European culture, the organisation of cultural meetings and other artistic activities…"
Ι. CONFERENCE CENTER
Main conference rooms
- Konstantinos Karamanlis Amphitheatre
- Dionysos Hall
- Sikelianos Hall
- Exhibitions Hall
- Other areas: Computer room and Secretariat - Reception
A modern complex with a guesthouse and a restaurant.
The building is structured on several levels with semi-open spaces, terraces, a bar, a lounge and a reception. All rooms have view to the olive grove of Amfissa and the bay of Itea.
ΙΙΙ. OPEN AIR THEATER - "FRYNIHOS"
With capacity of 1,100 seats on two tiers, lined with local stone and stunning view over the bay of Itea
EUROPEAN CULTURAL CENTRE OF DELPHI