Fita is a small village in northern Chios (one of the "northern villages"), a road distance of 40 km from the town of Chios. The average elevation of the village is 480 meters above sea level, making Fita the second highest village of the island after Spartounda (530 meters). Indeed, both these villages are among the villages of Pelinnaion, the highest mountain of the island. Nearest settlement is the village Kipouries about a half mile to the south and lower. The village is known for its springs. The largest source is now known as "Water Angel" and emerging from the root by an enormous tree. The springs of Fita village propelled eight mills in the past. Over Fita, the slope of Pelinnaion covered by dense pine forest.