A truly relaxing place to visit at this time of year. Probably a lot quieter than it is during high season. A very picturesque, medieval town, just like it says on the tin. The best restaurants are in the quaint backstreets, where they probably have to try a bit harder than those on the harbour front. A bit cheaper too. The old town is a pedestrian precinct, and there is free parking near by. Warning: The locals can get very ingenious when it comes to finding a place to park a car. If you are hiring a car, take the additional insurance and avoid the otherwise unrelenting worry. If you are looking for a romantic holiday, it is unlikely that you will find the best hotels in any tour operator brochure.