The Byzantine castle of Saint George, which was probably built in the 11th century on an area smaller than one acre, is steep and offers ideal natural fortification.

The surviving walls reach 4 meters in height, and the view from the castle impresses visitors. Due to its prominent position, the castle was also used for signaling with fires to Skyros, the Sporades, Mount Athos, and to Avlonari in the interior of Evia.

In the castle courtyard, there was the chapel of Saint George, which gave its name to the castle.

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