A seaside village in a peaceful bay, Plytra hides a great secret in its waters: The submerged state of Ancient Asopos. The ancient city was sunk, according to the prevailing theory, in 365 AD from a powerful earthquake, along with all its temples and sanctuaries. Its ruins can be seen today at the Red area, with your plain sight where you swim. The waters are so clear that you do not even need a goggles – although it would certainly be useful to take one with you if you want to take a closer look at them. The central beach of Plytra, with its soft sand and the shallow, transparent, turquoise waters that bring to mind something from Elafonisos is perfect for the kids.