The great land of the first European Christian and Apostle Paul, of King Philip ll and Alexander the Great, of Dionysus, Orpheus and of the famous Battle of Philippi. Amongst the mountains of Pangeo, Falakro, Menikio and Symbolo, where the lake Prasiada used to reside, there lies the fertile plain of Philippi, which for the last 8,500 years serves as the host to man, his creations and activities.
In this uniquely beautiful natural habitat, evidence of human existence dates back to 6500 BC. Around 4300 BC it served as the area where the first wine was produced in Europe whereas, later during the end of the Bronze Age and the beginning the Iron Age, Thracians populated the land. The land of Philippi is connected to its core to Orphic and Dionysian worship, particularly Pangeo mountain, holy mount of god Dionysus, and to the abduction of Persephone. Most importantly it can serve as an inspiration for mysterious journeys that may guide any human soul willing to search for them.