The township consists of eight settlements and is rich in natural resources, medieval churches and beautiful houses that conjure up past times. The most important touristic attractions in the area are the 150 years’ old oaks atop the Egei Pass, the daffodil meadow, and the Unitarian church of Daia built in the thirteenth century, considered one of the greatest historical monuments in the region.

”With time a village was built in the place of the fort and it was named after the girl who had a lot of pain inflicted on her. The springs in the hill, according to local lore, collected the bitter tears of Kite.”

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