The European Cultural Centre of Delphi is a non-profit cultural organisation under the supervision of the Greek Ministry of Culture and the auspices of the Council of Europe. Founded in 1977, by Greek Prime Minister Konstantinos Karamanlis, it is a European and international centre for culture and the arts in Delphi, Greece.
Open throughout the year, the Centre organises conferences, educational programmes and international artistic meetings, with a focus on ancient drama and fine arts. In 1986 the Centre was first to host a Chinese ancient drama production in Greece.
Spread over 100,000 sq., amidst beautiful natural surroundings and a splendid view of the renowned Delphi olive grove and sea, the Centre’s grounds in Delphi include Conference facilities, a Guest House and an open-air theatre. A Sculpture Park in the Centre’s gardens features works of contemporary European artists.
The Centre’s conference facilities combined with its idyllic natural setting make it a preferred choice for hosting conferences, seminars, workshops and a variety of cultural and artistic events from concerts and exhibitions to theatre and dance.