Monumental trees:

These include the immense thousand-year old plane tree with a diameter of more than twelve meters located in the square of Agia Paraskevi, the towering yew tree behind the Itamos Tavern.

Nanopoulio & Achillopoulio Schools: Stone buildings linked to Agia Paraskevi square by stone paths.
The first houses the primary school and the second served as a Commercial School during the inter-war period, but is today used is an exhibition centre.

Squares:

Agia Paraskevi Square with its thousand-year old plane tree and traditional coffee shop,
Taxiarches Square with its impressive marble fountain and restaurants, and the desolated Agia Kyriaki square.

Churches:

Taxiarches Church, located in the square of the same name, dates to 1786 and has an impressive iconostasis. Agios Georgios chapel also features a stunning iconostasis and its old bell tower dating to 1772. Agia Kyriaki Church in the square of the same name is also well worth a visit. Caves: Next to Fakistra Beach is a small cave containing a chapel dedicated to Panagia Megalomata (the Large-Eyed Virgin).

Caves:

Next to Fakistra Beach is a small cave containing a chapel dedicated to Panagia Megalomata (the Large-Eyed Virgin).

Bridges:

There is a stone, single span bridge at the entrance to Tsagkarada and a wooden bridge not far from where the Mylopotamos river flows into the sea, located behind the beach of that name.

Castles:

Paleokastro Fortress at Fakistra.

Look-out points:

The Sourvia look-out point is located above the Mylopotamos River gorge and the Apostolidi mountain ridge with its look-out points is just a short distance away.

Local Festivals:

The summer artistic and cultural festivities are in close competition to the Chestnut Festival held in November, if you happen to be around.