On the way between Halki-Potamia-Naxos (1.1km) is the settlement of Zoodohos Pigi which consists of the villages of Heimaros and Tsikalario, with a population of approximately 100 inhabitants each. At the entrance to Tsikalario there is a spring with the small chapel of Aghios Stephanos (6th centrury). Heading north, is the chapel of Aghios Pahomios also known as Ai Pahis (pahis meaning ‘fat’ in Greek) since thin children were made to pass through a marble loop found at lintel of the chapel believed to help them gain weight. West of the chapel (approx. 800m) is the byzantine and later Venetian fort of ‘Apano Kastro’ with the ruins of Byzantine and Frank churches, its Cyclopean walls and its dominating crenellations. The name of the village Heimaros (meaning torrent in Greek), derived its name from the river that flows during winter and spring months next to the village.