The vine of Pausanias are huge trunks of vines that spread over trees (oaks) in the churchyard of St. Nicholas in the village Pagrati between Achaia and Arcadia borders.
Vine of Pausanias is a significant monument of nature in the area.
It was named by the historian Pausanias when he visited the area. In his Arcadian Pausanias mentions vine as a phenomenon peculiar.
It’s age estimated at about 3000 years and length of 100 meters.