Are you planning your vacations in Greece and Delphi or you are already here? Don’t miss the chance to get airborne in the Navel of the Earth!

Paragliding in Delphi

Experience a unique aerial thrill and try your hand at the awesome sport of paragliding during your visit to Delphi! Whether you want to start paragliding lessons, you are looking for the perfect experience gift, or you are just looking for an exceptional and unique visit to the «Navel of the Earth», you can’t go wrong with ParaglidingFun range of paragliding experiences.

Transform your visit of Delphi into a fantastic experience with a unique day out on the hills and then take to the skies for an flight you will never forget! If you’ve never tried paragliding before, then the ParaglidingFun Tandem Flight is the perfect taster. You will be towed by a winch and will be flying under the expert guidance of a professional pilot, so you can relax and enjoy the flight with no concerns!

You will fly over the archaeological site of Delphi, over the olive tree valley of Pleistos river and you will land near the sea of the Itea Gulf! A unique experience at a unique place that is the closest you will ever get to man’s ultimate dream of flight!

The actual flight time will last approximately 25’ – 45’ minutes, in our experience that is usually enough time to get you totally hooked!

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more info on their website: ParaglidingFun


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