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Even if you are not intending to do the walk to the waterfalls, the very short walk from the path entrance to this delightful little 10th century chapel is worth it. Very much in its original state, it is a quiet, tranquil place adorned with...More
This 10th century chapel is on the way to the Potami waterfalls and right on the path so easy to visit. It is really old and beautiful and spiritual. It seeks to be taller than it is wide. Don't forget to climb the hill behind...More
Located on the pathway heading down to the Potami Waterfalls trek, this is really an unheralded piece of ancient history. It is a 13th century church built over an earlier pre-Christan era church. It feels ancient when you enter. It is not very far in...More
This is an ancient church with exposed stone walls and floor marble columns on the inside that were probably taken from an ancient Greek temple.
It is small but if walls could talk I am sure they would be a lot of conversation :-)
Stumble upon this old chapel while visiting the waterfalls near Potami beach. You could easily miss it if not looking for it.It seems thee is more to it than meet the eye. The foundation is like an old fort or castle.
An old church which has stood the times and is still standing in a beautiful setting.Visited the place on our way to the waterfall in Potami.The inside as well as the outside is of historical importance as well as the ruins of the castle next...More