Vitiadis Mansion

Dense vegetation has prevailed upon Vitiadis mansion, causing everything to steadily enfeeble and silently wilt

A tenacious teacher, one hundred and twenty firs and the “Immortal Water”

Several references can be found in the Chian Calendar Book of Fita village referring to…

Patriarch Joachim IV’s tomb

The monument was created in 1895 by the notable late 19th century sculptor Georgios Bonanos

Kambos animals

Amongst Kambos orange and mandarin trees, various domestic animals ramble around in the stone fence-enclosed…

Trading seventeen goats for half a Singer sewing machine

A Vrontados stockbreeding family, river Anilios and an eventful wintering at “Kamitsis’ stockyard”

The “Omonia” Hotel in Agiasmata

It’s the early 20th century, and the health benefits associated with hot springs have come to the fore once again. Predictably, Agiasmata becomes a sought-after destination for people interested in healing.

The Glass Greenhouse

Whenever I get to look at one of the Kampos estates, it’s always the same excitement and anguish gaining on me: what kind of people actually nest behind those tall stone fences?

At Psoras’ well

It’s not the broadest nor the deepest well; it’s not the oldest one either. It’s a typical Mount Epos well, but it was made by the man who is credited with constructing the majority of Chios’ stockyards.

Koulas Tower

Koulas, a horseshoe-shaped tower retaining no contact with any other construction around it, is located near the southeastern corner of the Chios Fortress.

Epos, kermes oaks and Nikos

From stone to stone, history reveals the landscape’s distinctive beauty

The adventures of Monopetra

A boulder, the puzzling disappearance of an ancient inscription and two small tales set against the background of Mount Piganio

Memory is yet to fade in Kambos

No other place on Chios has been dented by history more than the Kampos region