Runs tours through gorges, along ancient shepherd trails and to traditional villages in the lush hinterland.
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...
This fine, triple-domed mosque was converted from a Franciscan church in 1657 and is now used as a music conservatory and concert hall....
Ali Vafi’s Garden
This charming place is also known as Pottery Cafe thanks to its ceramic-artist owners Natasha and Giorgos. Some of their choice pieces...
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Porta Guora information
On the southern edge of the old quarter, this arched stone gate is the only remnant of the 16th-century defensive wall. Originally, it was topped with the symbol of Venice – the Lion of St Mark – now in the Archaeological Museum.