These are the ruins left by the church of Saint Charalambos. It is characteristic that the roof of the chapel has completely collapsed, but the locals continue to maintain the site in order to honor the Saint.
It is a point that is not often encountered, which is why the spectacle is particularly impressive.
It is located northeast of the settlement and in order to reach it you will have to walk the coastal alley. On your way, you will notice the relevant sign, referring to the Early Christian Baths, which are just after the point. So, you enter from the seafront to the narrow alley indicated by the sign and go straight for 30 meters. As you progress, you will see the white chapel on your right, on the path that you are going.