The acropolis of Titane on the road from Sikyon to Nemea still has impressive remains of the old fortifications, which originally ran around the eastern (and very steep part). On top of the hill lies the medieval chapel of St. Tryphon (with the accompanying cemetery), with an inscription embedded in the wall by a certain Zotikos, the son of Eukairos, on Asclepius. On the acropolis there was once a sanctuary for Athena, which unfortunately has not been found. The Asklepieion of Titane enjoyed great fame throughout the Peloponnese, but has not been found to date.