Attractions

Fort in Paleohora

Venetian Fort

There’s not much left of the 13th-century Venetian castle looming above Paleohora, but it's worth the clamber for splendid views of the sea and mountains, especially at sunset.
Beach in Paleohora

Pahia Ammos

Pahia Ammos, often simply called Sandy Beach, lives up to its name. When the winds kick up it's good for windsurfing, and it's got the best sunsets in town. You'll find it on the western side of Paleohora's peninsul…
Museum in Paleohora

Museum of the Acritans of Europe

This little museum next to the town’s ornate church is dedicated to the border fighters and heroes of Europe’s medieval and Byzantine times. It has a well-displayed historical exhibition along with musical instrumen…
Beach in Paleohora

Halikia Beach

Halikia Beach is Paleohora's pebble beach, on the eastern side of Paleohora's peninsula. It can occasionally be better protected from the wind on sandy Pahia Ammos.