This is where Thetis hid her son, Achilles, in order not to fight in the war of Troy, this is where Theseus, the “Arthur” of Greek mythology, was killed. Pheidias portrayed her small horses in the frieze of the Parthenon, and the presence of pirates was intense during the centuries, while she was conquered by the redhead “Barbarossa”, on behalf of the Turks.
Walk around the narrow streets and see houses built side by side, with the dominant Cycladic colors and elaborate carved furniture. In dusk, the smell of jasmine dominates and the cheer is lit in Chora. Be sure to try its fresh lobster, but also the delicious local cheeses.