Pride of place among the many vestiges of Venetian rule goes to this fountain with its spouting lion heads and Corinthian capitals,...
This fine, triple-domed mosque was converted from a Franciscan church in 1657 and is now used as a music conservatory and concert hall....
Centre for Byzantine Art
The Centre for Byzantine Art is a great example of a restored Venetian-Turkish mansion and has exhibitions, workshops and a terrace café...
Housed in a handsomely restored old building, Figaro attracts a slightly older, mostly local, crowd and is great for socialising in an...
Lonely Planet review
With its streetside ‘host’ and multilingual menus, Othonas may scream ‘tourist trap’ but it’s actually a Concred member and well respected for its regional fare. Menu stars include the lamb with artichokes and the lip-smacking ‘Zeus Chicken’ (with raki, feta, mustard and onions).