For the residents of Metagitsi, their lives revolve around agriculture and livestock.
Once you go there, you will find three churches, such as Saint Athanasius, St. Christopher and Ossia Irene Chrysovalantou, however, the city’s patron is Agia Paraskevi.
The town is built above an ancient city called Asa. Metagkitsi got its name from the phrase “μελαινα γη” which refers to the reddish soil found in the area and the “transfusion” of the populations that were saved in the surrounding areas after the Romanies destroyed the present village.
- Have lunch or dinner to one of its famous traditional taverns serving fresh and locally produced Greek food.
- 3-day local feast on July 20th at Prophet Elias chapple.