Sveta Sofia Church
Sveta Paraskeva Church
A fine example of 13th-century architecture is the Sveta Paraskeva Church, which has only one nave and one apse. The building is now...
Archangels Michael & Gabriel’s Church
The Archangels Michael & Gabriel’s Church was built over the course of a few decades during the 13th and 14th centuries. It remains...
Sveta Bogoroditsa Church
The relatively plain, 19th-century Sveta Bogoroditsa Church is the only functioning church in town and modestly dressed visitors are...
Overlooking the sea on the southeastern end of the peninsula, the ‘Golden Fleece’ serves a varied menu, including roast lamb and rabbit...
Lonely Planet review
No visitor can help but be impressed by the ruins of the Sveta Sofia Church. Dating back to the 5th century, this vast, three-nave basilica was rebuilt in the 9th century as part of a huge complex that encompassed the bishop’s palace. Today the ruins form the centrepiece of a busy plaza surrounded by cafes and artists’ street stalls.