Falatados is an old village dating from 1400, built amphitheatrically facing Kehrovouni. The marble church of Aghios Ioannis is an ornament of the village, as well as the very beautiful square of Megalochari.
Here there are still many “patitiria”, special places where grapes are stepped on to produce must, and “rakizia”, apparatus in which “tsampoura” (the leftovers in patitiria) are distilled to produce raki, which you will see if you come in September, a period of many feasts on the occasion of raki production. Another local custom is “chirosfagia” (the pig slaughter), which revives in November. The village has a folklore museum, which is worth visiting. A little further you can find the rocks in Kapsiani, the picturesque area Psalidi and the location Kakia Skala, where a great feast takes place in September.

Distance from Chora: 10.4 km / 19 mins by car

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