Built during the reign of Philip II (359-336 BC), the palace of Aigai are not only the largest, but along with the Parthenon and the most important building of classical Greece.

Region rich in natural resources (water, wood) and self-sufficient, the starting point of the ancient road leading to southern Greece and the nearby ports of Thermaikos Gulf, Aigai.

The wider archaeological site of Aigai is protected and promoted as a world cultural heritage monument and a site of outstanding natural beauty.