Former St. Marc salt warehouse. According to written sources, the locals were engaged with salt production as early as in 1182.
The need for storing the salt produced also led to the construction of the St. Marc salt warehouse, today called the Taverna after a later function of the building.

Adjacent to the building were several inns, where fishermen and owners of fishing boats used to gather. After the abandonment of the saltpans in 1912, the building was refurbished and served as a fish market, shop, warehouse and inn.

Today, the Taverna is a multi-purpose space used for various events.

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