This is a lovely old and unspoilt village on a hill with a maze of tiny streets, ancient churches dating back to 1600 and at the top an old castle (although not much remains).
It was pleasant to spend a couple of hours just wandering around taking loads of photos (it's that type of place). Unfortunately tourist coaches do stop here so it can get a bit crowded at times, best to time a visit when they have left for the day.
Within the old part of the town there are a couple of cafes/tavernas and a few souvenir shops but there is more choice in the new part at the bottom of the hill.
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