Kokino Horio, which
is located at a higher altitude, has maintained its traditional architectural
style even more so than the other villages with its narrow roads, beautiful gates
and tiled roofs.
A group of cisterns, built in a sloping field, gather the rainwater,
an interesting example of local architecture, dealing with the permanent problem
of lack of water. Above Kokino Horio one can see the strangely shaped hill Drapanokefala
or Calapodha (so named during the venetian occupation). The coastline northwest
of the village is an extremely interesting place for a stroll due to the ground
formation and the caves, such as the cave of Petsi (or Karavotopos). Another cave
called Katalimata, located at the centre of the village, is also an interesting
At cape Drapano, approximately 10 metres under water, is the impressive
Elephant cave, an area 60mx60m
full of stalactites and stalagmites of various shapes and colours.