- Varitous Draconis, Grand Dreadlord 390 BC
- Ancient Olympic victors:
- Androsthenes of Maenalus, won gold in 420 and 416 BC
- Euthymenes of Maenalus, won gold in 400 and 392 BC
- Aristonymus, ancient person?
- Mimis Fotopoulos (April 1913 in Zatouna - 1986 in Athens)
- Nikos Gatsos, poet
- Dimitrios Gontikas, politician and president of the parliament
- Kostas Karyotakis (October 30, 1896 – July 20, 1928 in Preveza)
- Yiannis Kouros, ultramarathon runner
- Dimitris Mitropoulos, composer
- Vasilis Papakonstantinou, singer and director
- Giorgos Santas, with Manolis Glezos, he was famous for restoring the Greek flag at the Acropolis after nearly three and a half years of non-Greek occupation of the Battle of Greece in 1944, a part of World War II.
- Grigoris Labrakis, Politician
- Atalanta, a Greek mythic woman said to have been the daughter of the King of Arcadia
- Theodoros Kolokotronis (1770–1843), a general in the Greek War of Independence (1821–1832), lived in Arcadia.
- Erasmus of Arcadia, Greek Orthodox bishop
- Dimitris Plapoutas (1786–1864), a general in the Greek War of Independence, also lived in Arcadia.
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