Psara

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PSARA

Psara, a small island on the northeast of the Aegean is historically known to be the home of talented and experienced captains.

The island’s Hora (capital) has been constructed around the port and its’ traditional architecture forms a classic, picturesque, Greek-island, image.

Travelling to the east one shall discover Katsounis, the island’s most famous beach. You can get there either through land or by boat.

Psara demonstrate a rich cultural heritage with several monuments to see while strolling in Hora’s narrow streets. The archaeological site in Arhodiki would be one of them.

Passenger routes connect Psara with Piraeus and Chios