Agios Petros and Pavlos monastery was built in the early years of the Venetian, next to the sea wall of the city and was the Catholic monastery of the Dominican Order monks.
In its original form was a single-aisle with a wooden roof and gradually added to it four chapels.
The architecture is of particular interest as it incorporates several features which look alike with building of the 13th century in France
During the Ottoman rule turned into a mosque. Successive earthquakes in the 14th century to the 18th century have caused a significant destruction in the church. In its current form the church recently restored.
The church operates only on the Feast of Agios Petros and Pavlos on June 29th.
Source: Religious Routes Crete - Greek Region of Crete