Old Perithia (Old Perithia - Top of Pandokratora)

Here the hike has an architectural and historical interest. It starts from the traditional settlement of Palia Perithia through the village and by the old road ends at the foothills of Pantokratoras. 
Palia Perithia is an exceptional sample of architecture and measure. Includes about 130 houses mainly built from stones, with cobbled streets. Around the village there are about 8 churches. On its entrance stands the bell tower of St. Jacob the Persian, a significant religious monument. 
The path has no highly demands. You can get water and refreshments in the village as the taverns remain open. The route alternates from paved trails to dirt roads. You may run into wild goats, and see eagles and quarries.