The village is built next to Tymfi river, before the Gyftokampos. The settlement is known from the Pre-historic years, and the ruins of pelasgian walls that are found in near distance testifie to this. The residents, confronted with difficult meteorological and economic conditions, could not maintain the traditional architectural form of houses. Visit the square in the centre of village and the church of Saint Apostles (1793). Walk in paved narrow streets and see closely the taps, the small squares, the mansions (Theodosios, Gennadios, Fragkoulis and Kiparisso), as well as the Monasteries of Saint Friday and Saint Nikolaos.