The remains of Thouria, 2 km. north of modern Thouria are especially worth seeing given the many Mycenaean chamber tombs in the hills south of the ancient acropolis. Remains of the acropolis walls can sometimes be seen up to 6 rows high. Pausanias’s identification of Thouria with the Homeric Antheia is questionable. Strabo identifies Thouria with the Homeric Aipeia [Steep] given that the town was situated on a steep hill. The north hill contains the most important classical remains, with possibly (but without stone benches) the theater, and remains of a small temple. The southern hill contains Mycenaean chamber tombs. Unfortunately, the antique remains are poorly marked and not always easily accessible.

Here are only a map (from Papachatzis) and pictures of the very beautiful graves.