If you venture off around the island then make sure you call in at Aliki. The peninsula forms two beaches, the right hand one being the popular, tavern fed beach and the left hand one reached through a great archaeological site. The latter was an ancient port used by the Greeks to export locally quarried marble. The ruins of temples devoted to Castor and Pollux are now by the sea edge, adjacent to the second smaller beach. It's worth a potter around the ruins and following the path around the headland to see more ruins of ancient churches and to look at the marble cliffs that used to be quarried in bygone years. The temple ruins are amongst the oldest found anywhere in Greece.
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