Just down the road, a short dolmus ride, or a 30/45 minute walk, lies Kaya; or, to give it its more popular name, the Ghost Village!
Up until 1923 it was a thriving Turkish town/village with over 2000 dwellings housing over 5000 people; a village in which Muslims and Christians lived peacefully side-by-side.
Unfortunately it was during the 1920s that the Turkish Muslims forcibly deported the Greek Christians when both countries agreed to an exchange of their religious minorities.
From thereon Kaya was left deserted, and over the years it gained the sobriquet of Ghost Village as slowly the dwellings fell into disrepair and decay. Now, it is an eerily quiet place where you can sit and think and contemplate what occurred all those years back.