It is one of the largest villages in the area and has given its name to the Municipality. It is a particularly well developed settlement with many businesses. In the settlement, there is a branch of the Municipality that covers many citizens’ needs. Every Wednesday in the center of the village there is an open air bazaar. Producers of the Municipality sell mainly vegetables and various local products as well as clothes, footwear and household equipment. In Arrianon Wood, which is in the way to Iasis, there is a restaurant that offers guests the flavors of the area surrounded by nature.
It is one of the largest settlements of the Μunicipality with rich cultural activity.  In religious celebration “Kurban Bajram” the young people of the village deal with the tradition of the Camel every year with great participation of local residents.
It is one of the lowland villages of the Μunicipality. According to the tradition, the village was established when one man named Bigioukli Osman (bearded Osman) settled in the village. It attracts the attention due to the architecture of the mosque and the minaret as well as the perennial plane trees that are in the garden of the mosque.
The village took its name from the watermills that are on the river that passes near the village. Today the windmill is preserved but does not work. The inhabitants of the village are particularly involved with beekeeping.
The special feature of this small village is that it may have been built on an older one as there are pieces of ceramic from Roman and Byzantine era in the surrounding fields.
It is a small village located on the western border of the Municipality. At the north of the village there is a natural source of water. The residents believe that it has healing properties.
It is a small village located in a mountainous region in the west of the Municipality. The newly built domed mosque is the remarkable feature of the village
It is one of the hilly villages. Approximately 1 km west of the village  there are ruins of a Byzantine castle which was used as an observatory. In this village there is a significant mass grave. In 1912 the Bulgarian conquerors occupied the village and gathered all the men of the village in a house and set it on fire. Today the site where the villagers were burned is turned into a mausoleum.
The village is built on a high hill. From its gazebo in front of the school one can admire a panoramic view of region. The area around the river which is near the village is ideal for picnics.
It took its name from the three graves that are located 1 km west of the village. North of the village up on a hill there are also three mausoleums of the founders of the village, as it is said.
It is one of the hilly villages of the area. The residents of the village deal with agriculture and livestock. Every nine years, the custom of Kurban Tepe takes place in the village on Kurban Tepe where an old Byzantine castle exists, in collaboration with the village Darmeni, and they sacrifice nine cattle. If this tradition is not carried out every nine years it is believed that a severe famine would prevail in the region. Recently, the tradition of sacrifice took place in 2010 and will be held again in the early summer of 2019.
It is a small village in a mountainous region. The natural rocks around the village create a different landscape. At the entrance of the village there are ruins of an old wall of a castle. Today there is barrack in the area of the ruins of this castle.
It is a lowland village in the Municipality. The village has a flat fertile land with irrigated farmland. 
It is the last village of the northern boundary of the Municipality. Around the village there are many historical ruins of numerous water sources. Even today, about 1 km from the village, we see up on a hill the ruins of a Byzantine castle.



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