Sveti Zossim Chapel
Housed in a drab concrete box near the port, this museum has a small collection of local finds. The high-quality imported Athenian...
Sailing boats moored in the port offer cruises around the peninsula every evening in summer (adult/child 10/6 lv).
Scarcely bothered by the passing tourists, this museum occupies a typical old wooden house and holds an exhibition of provincial...
Art Club Michel
With its walled garden just off one of the old town's main streets, this is a mellow place to go for live music, especially jazz.
This simple harbourside restaurant is good value, specialising in a variety of fresh fish dishes. Bulgarian staples like kebabcheta ...
Sveti Zossim Chapel information
Lonely Planet review
This small working church in the shady gardens opposite the bus station was built in 1837, on the foundations of a much older structure. Dedicated to the the patron saint of sailors, it houses several icons.