- There are two admission fees, EUR 1 each if you want to enter the museum and the cave with paintings.
- Frescos inside the cave are stunning, but very limited in terms of size. You can feel their mysterious and historical character, though.
- The museum is small but hosts very old religious ornaments and vestments which are worth seeing.
- The church is an example of the typical Greek Catholic architecture.
- There is a shop by the church with hand-made icons. You might consider buying one, as this is a good idea for a high-quality local souvenir.
- The site is located on the top of the hill with absolutely beautiful view over the bay. It's quite easy to get there driving a scooter or a car, since there are lots of signs leading towards the monastery.
- A big parking is available right in front of the site.
- 1 hour is enough for visiting this place. It's actually quite small, but once you get there you will feel like you want to stay here for a while :)
- There is a "cat hotel" (?) next to the monastery with ca 200 cats waiting to be fed.
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