– Agia Varvara. The church is considered to be post-Byzantine and based on the slub fitted in the lintel we learn that in 1890 a major renovation took place.
– Christos (Christ). It is single-roomed, cruciform, square with a dome. In the chapel of Agia Sofia located in the church, there are marble architectural parts.
– Agios Konstantinos. The vaulted chapel stands at the highest point of the castle and it is based on ruins of an older church. Single-roomed dating back to the mid 19th century.
– Agios Ioannis o Theologos. Built on the rocks, below the foundations of Agios Konstantinos, it is post-Byzantine with marble architectural parts.