Kambia is a mountainous village in North Chios. The entire area is covered with cherry and olive trees. Near the village there is a beautiful beach with clear waters. Sight of the village is the Castle of Kambia also referred as the Castle of Oria. The view from the village square is breathtaking. Ιn Kambia you'll find the path that leads to the canyon of Kambia, which is one of the most beautiful natural beauty on the island.
Diefha is a small mountain village in northwestern Chios island, 30 kilometers from the town of Chios. The average elevation of the village is 240 meters above sea level. Diefha is built on the southwestern slopes of Mount Oros with vegetation of trees and forest trees. Nearest settlement is Katavasi, about 2 kilometers to the south and lower. Brief but rocky road connects the village with the important Moundon monastery.
Agio Galas is a small village in northwestern Chios at a road distance of 67 km from the town of Chios. It is the place with the longest uninterrupted human presence on the island.
From the middle Neolithic period, around 5,800 BC, the first inhabitants of Chios identify the cluster of three-storey cave and use it as key living space and protection from the weather and wild animals of the era. A turning point in modern history of the late 12th century when the natural entrance of the second
The Pantoukios is the paradise of Sykiada, on the northeast side of the island. It is the small seaside village near the village of Sykiada. Most of its residents stay there during summertime contrasting with winter that they move to Sikiada. There are taverns that offer great fresh seafood.
Sidirounta located in the northwestern part of the island, 38 kilometers from the city of Chios, built on top of a hill, surrounded by pine and olive trees and a great view on the west of the island and on the Aegean Sea. Traditional village with stone houses, which at the time of Palaeologus was a shareholder of Nea Moni. There was a three storey tower in the center and castle with two entrance, part of which still survives today. It got its name probably from iron stones (Sidiropetres), which
Kipouries are a very small village in northern Chios in road distance of about 36 kilometers from the town of Chios. The average elevation of the village is 340 meters above sea level. Kipouries considered one of the "villages of Pellinaion", the highest mountain of the island. Nearest settlement is the village Fita at road distance 2.4 km (linear distance less than a half mile) to the north and high. West, low under Kipouries is the ravine of the river Malagkioti. The village is known for its