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Delightful Glossa is the island's second-largest settlement, where whitewashed, red-roof houses are clustered on the steep hillside above the harbor of Loutraki. Venetian towers and traces of Turkish influence remain; the center is closed to traffic. This is a place to relax, dine, and enjoy the quieter beaches. Just to the east, have a look at Ayios Ioannis Monastery, dramatically perched above a
pretty beach. There's no need to tackle the series of extremely steep steps to the monastery, as it is not open to visitors.
Used as an alternative port by hydrofoils and ferryboats during bad weather, Agnonda has numerous tavernas along its pebbled beach. It is named...
Due northwest of Agnonda is Panormos Bay, the smallest of the ancient towns of Peparethos, founded in the 8th century BC by colonists from Chalkis...