Also known as the city of Khora, inhabited by humans since the Neolithic era. It was ruled by the Venetians in modern centuries. It was also controlled by the Ottomans, the French and the British. It joined Greece in 1864. In 1953, a devastating earthquake destroyed all historic buildings dating back to the Phoenician era , But once again built in the old Phoenician style, and the most prominent tourist features:
Dionysos Solomos Museum: named after the Greek poet Dionysos Solomos.
Church of St. Dionysus.
The city of Qarositia. Venetian port.