Vytina is one of the most famous Peloponnese large villages, not only because of its major role during the Greek War of Independence, nor because of its trading pivotal point; Vytina has much more secrets to reveal!
It is the birthplace of the least known Greek anthropologist- explorer, Panagiotis Potagos, who competed some of the most famous explorers of others countries, like Great Britain, without any financial support from his country. After his two major missions in Asia and Africa, he managed to publish one of his two manuscripts. The other one was lost after his death…
Part of that second manuscipt, believed to contain parts & pieces of Kolokotronis memories about the War of Independence, was found while restoring the local library. Alas, the manuscript is written in code and you are the only hope to help crack it down!
The clues paper or the digital map are your tools for discovery. Along this fun tour, in teams of 6-8 people, you need to ask the locals, visit ancient or modern times monuments, discover details, think & work with your team and above all have fun while learning.
The clues or pins on the map hide puzzles and surprises. Each clue or pin corresponds to a location related task – a puzzle, a question or a team activity coordinated by Summit facilitators. By finding the correct spots or completing the tasks, teams win the alphabet letters corresponding to Potagos secret code, along with bonus points.
All of the tasks are interactive, either with the surrounding environment or with your teammates. The tasks require the whole team cooperation and guarantee the ultimate fun.
When the time is up, the team that first translates the script and has the highest score in tasks, is the winner and gets a special prize.