VILLAGESChurch of Saint Nicholas
Psari, which means fish, is a pretty village at the foot of hills bordering the Soulima valley to the north of Kopanaki. You will pass through it if you visit two well-known Mycenaean tombs that sit on an airy ridge above the village.
     Psari boasts its own olive press and two adjoining public amenities: an old square lined by hostelries and a shop-cum-post office; and a newer, more open community space surrounded by memorials and civic buildings.
     Away from these areas, you will find a mix of well proportioned but decaying buildings and those that have been sympathetically renovated.

Sign to the tombsFollow the signs to the tombs
RenovationAdmire new renovations
Old housePine for the past
Burnt-out caféMake sense of the memorials
cafésEnjoy a drink in the shade
Traditional house Psari

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