Built in 1602, this tall tower looks down on an unusual stone pyramid; it was once a pillory of shame for wayward citizens.
The main entrance to the town was constructed in 1555 when it was under Venetian rule (1420–1797). Look out for the winged lion of St...
Crazy cat people and those with a fondness for whimsical vintage art will adore this charming museum, home to thousands of moggie-themed...
In summer, Havana takes over a little square on the dark side of the Old Town, projecting sports or pop videos onto the neighbouring...
Self-caterers can stock up at this farmers' market under the town walls. The vendors are happy to give out free samples of everything from local pršut and cheese to olives and strawberries.