PavlopetriPavlopetriThe Municipality of Elafonissos announced that the first underwater routes at Pavlopetri have been demarcated with underwater signs and the 5,000 year old site is open to swimmers.  Pavlopetri (Paul's Stone), discovered in 1967, and one of the oldest submerged lost cities in the world, sunk following a series of earthquakes around 1,000 BCE. The works were funded by the European Union's INHERIT-MED programme.