Chapel of St. George
The small church of Agios Georgios (St. George) is carved under the cliffs of one of the two dolines, just a few kilometers from the picturesque village of Didyma in Ermionida. A few meters northside within the same doline, there is a second chapel dedicated to Metamorfosi Sotiros (Transfiguration of the Saviour). The little Byzantine church of Agios Georgios dates from the 13th century and has interesting murals, an old stone baptistery and an historical inscription that marks the passage of Thomas Palaiologos, Hegemon of the Peloponnese from there. The church has only part of the roof and no back wall. East of the church, there is an opening from which the hermits used to get out of the doline with the use of a rope. Access to the interior of the crater is now possible through a cavity dug in the ground and a carved staircase.