The village is also famous for the traditional Cretan food. Many guests visit the village all year to enjoy amazing cretan dishes in the taverns and restaurants at the shade of the trees; what is more interesting is that the village is known for the good quality milk products, so you should expect to taste gorgeous cheese and yoghurt.
There are super markets, bakeries, grocery shops, internet cafe, post-office, bank, police office, doctor, fire station, and petrol stations. Two local festivals take place on the 7th of July, in honor of St. Kyriaki, and on the 15th of August in honor of Virgin Mary with cretan food, music and dancing.
Activities: sight-seeing, trekking, mountain bikes cycling, swimming and sea sports, canoe in Kournas Lake, rafting in Kiliaris River etc.