Labyrinthine, church-studded Apollonia comes alive in high season with its parade of well-dressed Athenians strutting their stuff along the Steno – Odos Prokou, known as Steno (meaning 'narrow') because of its slenderness. Cafes, bars, clubs, shops and eateries buzz with life.
The quirky Museum of Popular Art at the central junction contains a fun confusion of old costumes, textiles and photographs. Hours are erratic.
The main vehicular road cuts right through the centre of town, but park at the large free car park downhill from the village and walk up and into the warren of streets. At the central junction you’ll find all the services: banks, post office, pharmacy, bookshop, taxis and so on.