Episkopi village stands 7 kilometers north of Ierapetra. Here stands an interesting byzantine church. Agios Georgios’s Church. Panagia’s new church uses sections from the byzantine like the entrance and the columns. In the back there are some marble residues from the older church. 

Panagia’s church was a metropolitan temple during the second byzantine period and according to the tradition, the name was Panagia with seven of the seven domes it had.

Mobile App

The Digital Museum of Ierapetra is an attempt of the Municipal Authority to show the historical and archaeological monuments as well as to present the natural environment of the municipality area. As part of this effort, we created this app that aims to guide visitors in the points of interest of our municipality more...


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The Digital Museum

The Museum consists of audiovisual content and interactive applications. In particular, LCD screens that display information about Ierapetra, the wider region, more...

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Kanoupaki Square 1,
Ierapetra, Crete, Greece
Postcode: 722 00
e-mail: dimosierapetras@0448.syzefxis.gov.gr