Ancient Nemea is a village of the Prefecture of Corinth with 592 inhabitants . It is the homonymous municipal district of the Municipality of Nemea.
Named city of antiquity, also known by the mythical lion, who killed Hercules. The ruins of Nemea Zeus Temple, from which only three columns are preserved and the rest of some others, are within a short distance of the current village of Ancient Nemea. Named are also the Nemea wines produced in the region.