Adamas - Triovassalos and Plakes - Plaka - Tripiti - Pollonia - Klima
This, the second most important tourist resort on the island, is a charming
built around a bay on the N.E coast of the island.
The most striking feature is the sweeping sandy beach.
White-washed houses line the coast and opposite
the main jetty in an elevated position on a small promontory, is the
charming church of Agia Paraskevi,
which is clearly visible from all parts of the village.
Nearby the church, tavernas, restaurants and quaint, traditional island
coffee shops are ready to serve us.
Each morning, boats and caiques put in to the jetty with their catch
of fresh fish, octopus, and lobster.
This is also the point of embarkation for the 30 minute trip to Kimolos
Following the beach road around to the left, we come to Pelekouda, an
attractive newly built district with
island style houses and complexes with private rooms and apartments
for summer visitors. Here too, towards the end of this peninsular, is
the immaculately kept church of Agios Nicholas, the patron saint of