Alikirna was an ancient Etolian city that dates back in the 4th century BC. The findings are of great archaeological value, and what impresses the visitor most is the vast expanse of the
ancient city along with the design and the town’s street planning.
In the northernmost peak of the hill, are the ruins of a small fortification, about 20 acres long, that surrounds the citadel. Tombs from the Geometric and Hellenistic periods, part of an ancient residence’s gravel floor together with a section of an ancient drainage pipe and an underground Macedonian type tomb that consists of an anteroom and two burial chambers, have also been discovered in the area.