Mandraki attractions

Archaeological Site in Mandraki


Best reached by a lovely 20-minute hike through the fields, along a trail that starts southwest of the monastery, this astonishing Mycenaean-era acropolis was founded 3000 years ago. Its restored cyclopean walls are…
Museum in Mandraki

Archaeological Museum

This showpiece modern museum, on Mandraki’s main pedestrian street, displays a fascinating collection of Hellenistic and Roman pottery and sculpture, as well as earlier artefacts made of obsidian quarried on neighbo…
Museum in Mandraki

Church Museum

Despite its name, this small museum, just up from the seafront below the monastery, is not exclusively ecclesiastic. Besides its icons, vestments, votive offerings and memorabilia of long-deceased monks, it’s cramme…
Monastery in Mandraki

Moni Panagias Spilianis

Hillside medieval monastery, overlooking the sea below the castle and reached up a short staircase. Visitors can only access a small anteroom. Entry be donation.