A small elegant church of the early 20th century devoted to Virgin Mary on Phaneromeni Avenue. The present structure has replaced a medieval church on the same spot. The cave underneath served as an early Christian church. This cave was originally a royal monolithic tomb of the town’s prehistoric times, probably Mycenaean Greek. Today a larger Church is built near the older to serve the expanding community of the parish.
The place is credited with various magical properties: thus those who suffer from headaches or other diseases walk three times round the church and leave a piece of clothing or a tuft of their hair. It is visited by girls, whose lovers are overseas, who come here to pray for their safety.