The door leading from the esonarthex to the katholikon is the most ancient of the surviving doors of the church. Its door leafs are adorned with Byzantine nails and lavishly decorated. They are divided in strict square panels, following the Byzantine tradition. Around the door there is a marble frame with Byzantine decorative designs of interlaced cycles. Based on those motifs, as well as on the byzantine nails found on the wood, the door is dated in the late 15th or 16th century.