In the 13th or 14th century, it was a Catholic church, which turned into a mosque after the Turks' invasion in 1571. They also added the tower.
Visitors are welcome to enter the mosque with modest clothing – men need long pants, while women must cover all their bodies, including their hair, and are suggested to wear robes at the entrance.
Visitors and prayers must take off their shoes when entering the mosque.
The interior is not impressive, especially for those who used to other faith temples.
The entrance is free.