On the cape of the Cyclops, in a spectacular position with panoramic view of the southwestern side of the island, Psaros Pyrgos is located (Psaropyrgos, or “sofa of the Cyclops” as the locals call it, based on the shape that the chipped boulders have on its base). It really looks like a giant armchair. Since excavations were not conducted in the area, based on its masonry it is assumed that it was built in the late 4th century BC, or during the Hellenistic period.
Further down Psaropyrgos the entrance of the so-called cave of the Cyclops is located (there is a signpost). The locals say that it is a cave because the terrain at its entrance seems to be hollow –but this is not confirmed.