Along the east side of the southwest part of the island is this isolated beach.
The bar gives a sign that during the height of tourist season it might not be this empty (the car is my rental).
The beach is pebbles and the water is clear.
There is a good view of the Kastro from here and from about the spot this image was taken there is a chapel dedicated to St. Konstantinos.
This icon, on the wall to the right in the previous image, is not Konstantinos but rather St. Spyridon the Wonderworker, Bishop of Tremithus who was said to have special gifts, including restoring a child to life.
He was from Cyprus, dated to the 3rd century.
I was told this is a classic shot. So I took it.