One of the most important monuments of the ancient city of Peparethos is Asclepieion in Ambeliki, on the northeast side of the Skopelos bay. Asclepieion is considered one of the oldest sanctuaries of the ancient Greek god of Medicine, Asclepius, and it was discovered thanks to a shell with an inscription dedicated to him. Different amphorae, Attic red-figure pottery, parts of statues, clay figurines, and coins have been discovered across the area during various archeological missions. The findings allow the sanctuary to be dated between the 4th century BC and the Hellenistic era. Various archeological finds are exhibited at anewly built kiosk that is open to visitors.