The three Early Christian Baths stimulate impressions because of the building technique used for their construction at that time. There are pipes inside the walls of the baths, through which hot water was transporting to specific parts of the rooms. The building blocks seen in the construction of the walls, besides stones, are rectangular tiles, which were used as bricks, perhaps to provide better thermal insulation. The material of the tiles, as well as of the pipes, is a kind of clay-colored tile.
Although the site is unjustly neglected and without any maintenance, it is of particular interest.
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, mentioned in the Early Christian Baths. So, you enter from the promenade to the narrow alley, as the sign indicates, and go straight for 30 meters. As you reaching the site, you will see the roofless white chapel of Saint Charalambos on your right and after that are the baths.