The most important Monuments of the Archaeological Site are: Cemetery of vaulted carved tombs from the Mycenaean period, in the "Caves" location. The largest was built in the early Mycenaean years (around 1500 BC) and has a dome with a diameter of 10 meters. It is certainly a royal tomb.
The Acropolis of Pellana, in which remains of a wall from the Hellenistic period and remains from the Frankish period can be seen.
The Acropolis of Pellana is located on the hill "Paleokastro", where after excavations came to light the remains of a habitation from the early Helladic times (around 2,500 BC), at the top of the Acropolis (perhaps a palatial building). On the first hill after the summit, to the east, a mound was discovered, probably coming from a group of mounds, from the Proto-Helladic period, surrounded by a stone platform. Burials and a depository were found on site.
On the southern slope of the hill, part of a Mycenaean and Hellenistic settlement was discovered.
A monumental road, paved, of Mycenaean times with later maintenance leads from the eastern foothills of the acropolis to the top or another location of the hill, where an important building is expected to be found, probably the Mycenaean palace of the area.
Pellana is believed to be the Homeric city of Lacedaemon, where Menelaus and Helen had their palaces.
Source: MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORTS