Ponticonisi - Panagia Vlahernon


A small island, covered with pine trees, home to Pantokrator Monastery (13th century). It was named after its shape:“ponticonisi” means “mouse island”!
According to a legend it is the ship of Odysseus, turned into stone by Poseidon.
On the tiny island on the foreground, is the convent of Panagia Vlahernon, linked to the mainland by a causeway. From here you can take a boat to Ponticonisi.

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