I heard that restoration had almost been completed and that recently it was opened for a church service but sadly it was was closed during my visit. Looks very different to when we first saw it around 20 years ago when it was just an empty shell with burials being excavated outside in the yard. New excavations are being carried out just across the road right by the sea and was told that these were Arab / Byzantine graves. Be very careful crossing the busy road but you can walk right round it and see quit a lot from the fence.
There is a little park just down the road (walking away from the Venetian Port) with a really nice café/restaurant called Mare by the edge of the sea. It has a lovely fountain feature which is lit up in the evening.
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