Agios Onoufrios bears the name of the Byzantine monastery of Saint Onoufrios, which has been extinct for centuries. Even until today, the unmarried girls of the village (and not only) resort to the grace of the Saint to find the ideal partner.
Characteristic monument apart from the church of Agios Onoufrios is the church of Agios Nikolas “Kremastos” which is perched on a cliff near the plane-tree-covered right bank of Mega Rema, as Krafsidonas is called from Aidonofolies and above.
After 1980 the region has also attracted many wealthy people as it is of particular natural beauty and has a very good climate.
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