small villages of
Damalas and Damarionas
are surrounded by ancient olive grooves.
At the beginning of Damarionas is the local pottery
which is well worth a visit.
Past the pottery a small street leads to a restored olive oil
press in the village which is now a museum.
The area behind the villages is a beautiful area for walking.
Old footpaths and mule tracks lead through the olive groves
which at times reveal small Byzantine churches.
After the autumn rains a multitude of small wild cyclamen and
narcissi can be found.