Almost in the very center of the village on a rock of about 115 meters high there is the Profitis Elias Church – the ancient Orthodox temple of the XIV century. From a platform next to the church you will have a great view and on a clear day you can see almost the entire south-eastern part of Cyprus including Varosha, a quarter in the city of Famagusta abandoned after the Turkish invasion.
The church is named after the prophet Elijah who is mentioned in the Old Testament. The remained wall paintings of the church interior are made in a classic Byzantine style.
Each year it hosts festivals in honor of the saint and also the fair is organized.