Located in the park's rear Antique Greece section, not far from Goudurix, The 1232 meters long coaster has a 30m (98-foot) tall lift hill, a first drop diving straight into a mouth-shaped-tunnel, and two helices, the first one at 572° and the second at 256°. It's recorded top-speed is 83,7 Km/h, and two blue (one of them was red between 2004 and 2014) trains of 7 cars each, hold 56 people at a time enjoying several air-times due to the use of lap-bars as only protection. A safety belt holds each lap-bar down to prevent them from opening at hilltops. A third train, located in the garage located straight between the station and the turn leading to the lift hill, is stored for extra capacity should the need arise. On-ride photos can be purchased.
A large statue of Zeus, complete with floral underwear, is featured at the ride's queue entrance, which means that patrons can look directly up at Zeus' underwear. The queue extends through the neighboring arbored areas, then follows the ride's final helix before the brakes line before heading towards the station itself : a massive Greek temple allowing for a quick passenger load/unload.