The picturesque chapel of Panagia Faneromeni is built at an amazing location in front of the sea
and hosts marvellous wall paintings of the 16th century AD.
The white-washed chapel belonged to the Monastery of Flaumouri in Thessaly. When Thessaly was liberated by the Turks, in 1881 AD, it was granted to the Theological School of Halki, to which it belongs until today.
On the walls of the church, visitors can still see the beautiful frescoes from the 16th century. If one observes the holy icon of Virgin Mary made from marble, one can see the marks of feet said to be impressed by the Turks,
though it's more likely to belong to the base of a pagan statue which was removed and sactified with the image of Virgin Mary.