Halki is a small but very unique village. Its locations is at the crossroad of a route which connects all the villages and for this reason it has developed to become an important commercial centre. Many shops and service are based here to serve the population of the surrounding region.
It stands out for its old mansions but also for its natural beauty since it is located next to a stream with tall sycamore trees and flowing water.
It is worth walking through its cobbled alleys and to have a rest at the village square, under the coolness and shade of the trees for food or coffee. Do not forget to try the traditional citron drink offered to visitors by the Vallindra distillery and to admire the well-know textiles of the region.
In and around the village are numerous archaeological monuments, byzantine churches and tall-standing Venetian towers. Important monuments are those of the church of Panagia Protothroni (6th century A.D.), the church of Aghios Georgios Diasoriths (9th century A.D.) and the Venetian Tower of Botsari (Gratsia)(beginning of 17th century).