Greece City: Stavros

The main road from Wati passes along the coastal to the north, leaving Stavros (Stavros) – the second largest city on the island.

It is very similar to the capital – the same ancient, also clamped between the slopes of Niriton Mountains (800 m) and Duker (518 m) and the same stretch from almost one shore of the island to another. However, the bay of the policy is several times less than Molos, and Stavros himself is noticeably more modest. That, however, only goes to him because he retains his ancient appearance almost unchanged.


The main points of attraction here are rather unusual Statue Odyssey on the main square, tiny City Museum (open from Thursday to Sunday from 8.30 to 15.00; Login free), archaeological excavations Ancient Stavasy on the slope of the hill of Pelicata, where the ruins of roads, walls and houses of the Mycenaean period were found, as well as numerous villages scattered over the slopes around the city.

Cities of Greece Stavros

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