It is a small village, 19km from Kardamyla,
built at the northwest side of Pelineo,
just across Amani.
You can enjoy the panoramic view of the surrounding mountains as well as the Aegean
Sea that separates Chios from Lesvos.
Nearby the village there is a walking track that passes by the Kambia
canyon. Walking by the Kambia canyon is quite exciting, as you enjoy the view
of the inhabitant's old cultivation as well as the water of the river's bed all
year round. In some points the vegetation is very rich and has all the characteristics
of riverside vegetation. You will meet planes, oleanders, big oaks, and ivies
scrambling on the trees, while the nightingales' songs always accompany you. The
track leads to the beach of Kambia where lies a kiosk for you to rest.
At the east, and in a short distance from the track, you will meet
he Castle of Orgia and the chapels of Panagia and Agia Paraskevi, while a little
further at the west there lies the chapel of Agii Pantes.