Another picturesque Kythira settlement located near the Potamos River is Trifillianika. Here you can find old manor houses, “foses” (Ancient building in which the ground floor has the shape of an arch and the first floor is a house), arches, “spentonia” (stone arch of the houses, on which rest the beams) and other valuable architectural elements of the island.
In the valley of the village is the Trifillianika spring, where abundant water once flowed in winter and summer. The old cobbled path that leads to this fountain starts from the town square.
One of the most interesting hiking trails in Kythira also starts from here. This is the Vrochantarika road that leads to the castle town of Paleochora, the first capital of Kythira. It is a beautiful green route with shade for the most part that lasts approximately one hour. The route also includes an interesting ride on a donkey.
In Trifillianika there are some traditional guesthouses for quiet and quality accommodation.