On the territory of the island, there are several interesting archaeological areas. In the local Archaeological Museum, you can see the exhibits discovered during their research. The museum is located in a traditional one-storey building, where visitors can see an interesting collection of ancient ritual objects. In total, the museum has more than 3,000 exhibits, some of them over 5,000 years old. To visit this amazing museum is completely free.
One of the most beautiful architectural structures on the island is said to be the Church of St. Stanislaus. Hundreds of years ago, this wonderful church was chosen for wedding ceremony by many eminent couples. Now world celebrities come to the islet to marry in this ancient church. In 1979, a significant event for the church took place. Pope John Paul II gave her several statues that added to the collection of ancient relics.
In the diversity of the natural attractions on the island, it is worth mentioning the cave of El Chico, which has a very complex structure. The cave is located at a depth of 9 - 12 meters. There are halls of various shapes and sizes, decorated with stalactites and stalagmites. Unfortunately, only experienced divers can admire these amazing beauties. The cave is completely flooded with water, the crystal clearness of which provides excellent visibility. In the complex labyrinth of underground halls, there are absolutely no air bags. Therefore, only experienced divers can dive here.