A small set of two churches built at the top of a mountain located between Avlemonas and Agia Moni. One of the two churches is devoted to Agios Giorgis, hence the name. It is a small church the size of a large bedroom, with a tiled roof and tessellated floor dating back to the 7th century A.D. The other church is in the Kytherean style and is dedicated to Panagia Myrtidiotissa and Agios Nikolaos. Archaeological digs revealed that in this place, during the Antiquity, there was a Minoan “peak temple”. This site is also recommended for the view. If the air is not too humid (a rare thing in the summertime) you can see the mountains of Crete. To find the only road that leads to Agios Giorgis you need to take the road to Diakofti.