the hill, a rocky region is a prehistoric settlement, and belongs to the Neolithic era and Late Bronze Age as evidenced by the findings.
At the top of the hill to the east, between Xiropotamos and Monastiraki, there is a fortilies place (Castle) of Roman era, named "Hill Mavroudis" (Kalelik) and 582 meters above sea level, while a little lower in the col of the hill is discovered a part from a aqueduct which is also attributed in Roman times. To the west, the canyon Xiropotamos which is known as Lakkos, lies, where there is the beautiful, stone built bridge.
In Xiropotamos primitive customs of twelve days on 6 and 7 January, are revived. There, is held the famous traditional dance festival during the first weekend of August.