The island’s port and only inhabited area is a very picturesque settlement boasting a stately character.
- Museum of Ecclesiastical Art
Chalki ’s ecclesiastical history is reflected through the 70 exhibits which are on display here and date to the 18th and 20th century.
- Folk Art Museum of Chalki
The Traditional House of Chalki houses folk art exhibits and some archaeological finds, as well.
- Church of St Nicholas
This is the most impressive sight on the island due to its magnificent black and white pebble mosaic courtyard and remarkable frescoes.
- Archaeological site of Chorio and Medieval Castle In the area of the Castle and the ancient town, only of the walls of the ancient dwellings remain today, as well as ruins of the castle’s foundations.
- Monastery of St John
The Monastery of St John is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the Dodecanese region. The icon dates to 1835, while the monastery dates even further back in time.
- The Caves of Chalki
The rocky island of Chalki boasts several caves, such as the one found in the area of Kelia featuring religious paintings on its rocks.