Ancient Asini is an archaeological site located on a headland at the end of the coast of Tolo. The site is famous for being mentioned in Homer's Iliad, as a place where Myceanean boats left for Troy and for a poem written by Nobel Prize winner G. Seferis "The King of Asini". Fortifications were restored during the Byzantine era and the Venetian occupation. The ruins of the Acropolis are still visible even after much destruction by the Argives and Italians during the Italian occupation. The archaeological site has been recently renovated and has a digital presentation which gives much information and allows the visitor to imagine what the original Acropolis was like.