• Byzantine church of  Taxiarchs
    The Trail leaves Agioi Anargyroi behind and bound south on a cobblestone path in the olive grove, bypasses the Radi rise. At the end of the path it steps on a quiet rural road and moves towards Antriotis River where there is a pedestrians’ bridge for crossing. At the Taxiarchis chapel tall sacred kermes oaks shade the churchyard. The Trail continues on the rural road accompanied to the right by slopes carpeted with olive trees while below, the sycamore trees and the gurgling sound of water give away the river. Next stop is the Panagia Tricheroussa chapel (a name derived from the main icon...). The signs lead out of the valley towards the chapel of Saint Ioannis Theologos above the Cave of Foussa. The first village is Mychou and nearby the Taxiarches of Kato Tritos Byzantine church, one of the few on the island left standing by the Turks.