PIRGOS (Tower) is a building of exceptional architecture, which was constructed by the Venetian conquerors during the fifteenth century.
It is officially recognised as a historical preserved building by the Greek Ministry of Culture, also referred at the Newspaper of the Government. It is one of the few Cretan buildings of the 15th century that belongs to an individual.
All the rooms are traditionally built. They have stone walls, a wooden roof made by cypress ledger boards, handmade furniture, carefully chosen decoration, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, A/C, central heating and electronic equipment.