illage of Pilio with great touristic activity, representative of the local, traditional architecture. It has unique view of the Aegean Sea. It is built in an area covered with plane-trees, beech-trees and chestnut trees, it is constituted by four separated group of houses, one away from another, as they were different villages: Agia Parascevi, Agios Stefanos, Agioi Taxiarches and Agia Kyriaki. It is 62km east of Bolos.
The churches of the village, all royal ones with elements of the characteristic architecture of Pilio. They are all dressed with wooden and sculptured iconostasis of excellent art. Distinguished are the churches of Agia Paraskevi, built at the beginning of the 18th century, in the big square, Agios Georgios, Agia Kyriaki and Agioi Taxiarches.
The church of Panagia the "Megalomata", in a cave -which was a "secret school" in the years of the Turks domination- in the group of houses of Fakistra, 2,5km north-east.
The small, particularly picturesque village of Xorychti, 4km southwards, built on a steep, woody ravine.