This is a beautiful little church, on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It is in an isolated position and visitors must contact the priest to obtain access, via the local coffee shop; do buy a drink there, from the very friendly and helpful owner.
The Church is a mass of murals dating back to the middle ages, with more 17th century murals on the exterior. The floor itself has some unusual tiles, though unfortunately as the priest spoke no English and we spoke no Greek, we were unable to understand why they were there.
WEll worth visiting.
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