Lithi is located on an unobtrusive bulge between two Mastihohoria, Mesta and Vessa, just 23km southwest of the capital. It has a similar structure with the other medieval villages, while the production of mastic is also evident here as well as fishing. Apart from the great benefactor Andreas Syngros, the bishop of Pentapolis, Agios Nektarios, also lived and taught in Lithi. His residence has been preserved along with other traditional buildings of the village. The gorgeous Sykia Cave is easily accessible, while the homonym cove with its glistening waters is a remarkable place. You can also visit some untouched secluded beaches, like Trahili, if you own or have rent a vehicle.
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