Pérdika is an old traditional settlement which in the last decades transformed to a most wanted destination, mainly because of its fish taverns and the beautiful sunset. Back in the days, its inhabitants lived exclusively from fishing. It is a beautiful and authentic village, with its small houses and their yards, the narrow cobbled streets and the sea colours.
At the tip of Pérdika peninsula lies the church of Ágios Sóstis, the largest in the village. It is a historic church, easily accessible through the alleys of the village and it’s a sight worth visiting. The church celebrates when the pandemia is over and also on the 6th and 7th of September with a large 2-day feast.
Opposite Pérdika is the island of Moní, which belongs to a monastery and is uninhabited. At the sole bay on the N side of the island, there is a sandy beach with organized crime (an organized beach is actually a crime to the beach) and a canteen. The island has been declared a Park and a protected area since 1962 – on it live freely peacocks, deer, wild goats, pheasants and squirrels. There are also paths for trekking.