The ancient town of Elean Pylos is located in the northwestern Peloponnese, Greece. The site, near the modern town of Agrapidochori, is about 13 kilometers east of the ancient city of Elis and 30 kilometers north-northwest of ancient Olympia.

The University of Colorado carried out excavations in 1968 and, briefly, in 1970. A final publication of the results appeared in 1986: J.E. Coleman, Excavations at Pylos in Elis, Hesperia XXI, American School of Classical Studies, Princeton, 1986. The volume is available in digital form at JSTOR, which is accessible by Cornell and other University users through their library gateway.

For images of the site and excavations see Image Archives.