The Genoese fortress, whose dramatic walls dominate the town centre, was built in 1508 and repaired by Sultan Beyazıt, son of Sultan...
Statue of Cezayirli Gazi Hasan Paşa
Facing İskele Meydanı, with its back to the fortress, is a statue of this great Ottoman admiral (1714–90), who was sold into slavery but...
Orthodox Church of Ayios Haralambos
North of the castle, this imposing but redundant 19th-century church is used for temporary exhibitions of arts and crafts during the...
No Problem Bar
Decorated with British souvenir towels, this expat hang-out offers tastes of Blighty such as a full English breakfast (TL10), pub quiz...
Patika Restaurant & Café-Bar
Overlooking the square, with a cute, two-table balcony, Patika serves standard meat and fish dishes. Between 9pm and 4am daily, Turkish...
Lonely Planet review
Housed in the castle's Umur Bey tower, this museum displays archaeological finds from nearby Erythrae.