Opposite the church of Agios Nektarios is located Paleochora.
Of the numerous churches that existed once a few were preserved, about 33, having excellent frescoes from the Byzantine period. This is why Paleochora is also called insular Mystras. On top of the hill of Paleochora lies the castle dating from 1654. The remains of a medieval town that is really worth seeing.
If your children are young you will be able to explore the first three churches. Stunning views and wonderful orange color on the slope of Paleochora at sunset.
It is the first wildlife care center in the Balkans, with head office in Aegina. It receives over 3500 injured and poisoned wild animals per year, most of which belong to protected species. Of these, more than half are considered able to survive freely in their natural environment after their treatment, they are released.
The HWH was honored in 1992 by the Academy of Athens Award for its action on the environment and voluntary work of its members.
The facilities are located on the way to Portes after Pahia Rahi before Anitsaio and built in an area of 20 ha.
Open to visitors daily 11.00 - 15.00