"Akrikous" Giant Oak Tree
Just outside of the village Fiti you can find the oak tree of Akrikous in a picture square hill side, where visitors may go and enjoy the scenery. The forest department has listed the oak tree as a protected kind and is now responsible for its sustainability. The tree took its name after the water spring named “Akrikous” and its waters lay at the roots of the oak tree. It is estimated to be around 800 years old.
Konstantinos Foitides Monument / Square
Across from the church of Saint Demetrianos you can see the bronze bust of the community's great benefactor, Constantinos Foitides. Back in 1938, Constantinos Foitides bought water from a spring belonging to the Holy Monastery of Chrysorrogiatissa and transferred it to Fiti, at his own expense. In that way Fiti, which up until then was supplied with water from wells, was now supplied with water coming from a spring.
Around the benefactor's bust is the paved plaza, the low, stone-made walls laden with flowerpots that bear multicoloured plants and flowers such as basil, marjoram and "kiouli" (rosy flower), spreading their fragrances and making the whole landscape enchanting.