The patron Saint of the village is Agia Marina. Right next to the village and under the belfry there is a small chapel dedicated to Agia Paraskevi.
The church initially operated as a chapel of the church of Agios Ioannis in Afete, since the residents were used to internal migration in the past, from Afissos to Afete and Neochori in the summer and followed the reverse course in the winter, in order for them and their livestock to survive the climate changes.
The date of construction of the temple is not known to us, but some of the icons point to the date of 1860 as the erection date of this church.
The temple celebrates on Agia Marina’s celabration day on 17th July, on Agia Paraskevi’s celebration day on 26th July and on Anegerthenton Pateron celebration day on 20th March in the monastery of Agios Savvas.
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The church of Agios Vlassios is decorated with icons of great beauty.It was constructed from the skilled builder from Epirus Dimos Zarapiotis.
Monastery of Pammegiston Taxiarchon. It was built in 1309 and nowadays it operates as a monastery for women. There is also the Monastery of Agia Triada (Holy Trinity), the churches of Koimisis Theotokou(Assumption of Mary) built in 1744, Agios Georgios where in the basement one can find the ecclesiastical museum funded by the sculptor Nicholas Pavlopoulos, and Agios Athanasios (1795) which is supposed to be the first church that Demetrios Zapaniotis constructed.
One can find many churches in this village such as the ones of Agios Demetrios, Agios Ioannis Theologos, Agios Georgios, Metamorphosis of Sotira and the small church of Panagitsa(Virgin Mary) which was erected on the ruins of an ancient temple.
You can find here the temples of Agios Georgios, Agios Yannakis and the monastery of Agios Ioannis.
In this village the visitors have the chance to see the Byzantine Monastery of Agios Lavrentios. It was constructed in 1378 by the monk Lavrentios, who came to this area from Mount Athos. There is also the basilica of Agios Athanasios (1777), the cruciform temple of Agios Apostolos Neos (1800) and the cathedral of Agios Demetrios (1730).
You can visit the church of Panagia Tripa which is constructed into a rock by the sea and on the hill of Anemoutsa the church of Timios Stavros(Holy Cross) with the woodcarved fresco.
The three-aisled basilica of Agioi Apostoloi is located here with the impressive belfry which was built in 1914 from local craftsmen with marble and stone.
On the tip of the square you can find the church of Agios Ioannis built by Dimos Zapaniotis.
The small church of Agios Nicholas with the beautifully painted fresco by Ioannis Pagonis.
The church of Stavros(Holy Cross) with an impressively painted fresco, the church of Panagia painted by Ioannis Pagonis (1802), Panagia in Ampelia (1778) with amazing hagiography and woodcarved fresco, the church of Agios Nicholaos, Agios Georgios (1796)and the monastery of Agios Taxiarchos (1755) with the impressive woodcarved fresco.
There are many country chapels here and the churches of Agios Konstantinos, Agios Efstathios (17th century) and Agia Marina (17th century).You can see the link above to the official site of the church.
The Holy Monastery of Panagia Lambidona (1800) built by Dimos Zapaniotis, sponsored by Stergios Basdekis and decorated with the stone sculptures of Milios.
In the village square is where one can find the basilica of Genesis tis Theotokou (Birth of the Godmother)(1888-1901), the monastery of Agios Athanasios (1795) built by Dimos Zapaniotis, sponsored by the captain Stergios Basdekis and decorated with stone sculptures by Milios. Enquire about the hours of operation at the Town Hall which is in the village square if you wish to visit it.
Churches of Agios Athanasios, Agios Georgios, Agios Ioannis Prodromos in the village square.Here you can see the frescoes that date from 1910, which were painted by the artist Theofilos and Agia Magdalene.
Basilica of Agios Ioannis, the churches of Prophete Elias, Agioi Anargyroi, Agios Konstantinos.
Church of Zoodochou Pigis (Life Giving Stream) which was built in 1830 with old icons.
The church of Pammegiston Taxiarchon that date back to 1741 in the village square. The revolution against the Turks in 1821was declared here under the leadership of Anthimos Gazis.
Monastery of Agioi Saranta on the nearby island of Alatas and the Byzantine monastery of Zoodochou Pigis which is a cruciform basilica with dome and is located on the small island of Prassouda.
Here one can find the church of Panagia of Lais, which is a renovated basilica, the church of Agios Demetrios (1760)with the woodcarved frescoes and the icons of Ioannis Pagonis, as well as the small church of Panagia Plaka the patron saint of the quarries.
Here is the Monastery of Agios Athanasios which was built in 1776 and the sponsor was Stergios Basdekis.
The church of Panagia Portarea with icons which date back to 1581, next to the church of Agios Nicholaos. There are also the Monasteries of Prophete Prodromos and Panagia Odigitria.
Here is the Monastery of Timios Prodromos, built in 1795 by Dimos Zapaniotis and the sponsor was the captain Stergios Basdekis.It was destroyed in fire along with the whole village by the Turks in 1823 but was renovated in 1840 and today it operates as a monastery for women. The church of Agios Georgios is situated in the village square and it has relicts, icons and a woodcarved fresco.
The three-aisled basilica of Agia Triada(1739) has a beautiful woodcarved fresco and the despotic throne of Napoleon, churches of Agios Athanasios(1798) and Agioi Anargyroi(1780).
There is the Monastery of Panagia Faneromeni which was built on the spot where the thaumaturgic icon was found after the dream that the monk Damianos had. One can also see the church of Agios Ioannis.
The small church of Panagia Megalomata, built in a cave in a rock which operated as a secret school during the Turkish occupation.
The church of Agia Paraskevi(1719) has impressive icons and an elaborately carved fresco, the church of Agioi Taxiarches(1786) with beautiful icons and the woodcarved fresco, the churches of Agia Kiriaki(1746), Agioi Apostoloi(1746), Agioi Anargyroi (1786) and Agios Stefanos(1805).
Monastery of Agios Ioannis Prodromos built in 1789 by Dimos Zapaniotis, the church of Zoodochou Pigi (Life Giving Stream) which was constructed in 1725 with an impressive woodcarved pulpit and beautiful icons.
The church of Koimisis of Theotokou (Assumption of Virgin Mary)which dates back to 1450, with the goldencarved icons.
The churches of Zagora are all three-aisled basilica, those of Agia Kyriaki(1740), Agios Georgios (1765), Agia Paraskevi built in 1803 by Dimos Zapaniotis. The Monastery of Panagia Rasova(13rd century), the monastery of Taxiarches and the very old churches of Prophete Elias, Agios Demetrios and Agios Athanasios that date back in 17th century, all of them decorated with icons and elaborate frescoes.