Visited in November when barely anyone was there. It was quite windy but beautiful, situated on top of a large hill on the sea. The quaint white buildings covered in greenery, with colored windows and doors are enchanting. Get lost in the tiny streets, take those stairs that you might not know where they lead, and circumnavigate the huge walls encircling the town. It's small so you can't get lost, and even if you do for a moment, that's part of the experience!
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