Kakaletri is a small, quiet village built on a verdant slope at an altitude of 700 metres near the Neda River valley. Neda springs that sprout from a rock in the courtyard of the church of Agia Anastasi in the neighbouring village of Petra are also near Kakaletri.
Walking along the river to the north direction and for about 3 km you will find the stone church of Panagia Kakaletri, at the base of which there is a spring with cold water. In the courtyard of the church there is a recreation area with benches and plenty of dew from the dense vegetation. River parties are also held here that are very successful and also gather big numbers of people.
Remains of fortifications and settlements have also been found at Kakaletri and it is speculated that the acropolis of ancient Eira was located there.
Today at Kakaletri, where about 50 people permanently live, you will find a small coffee shop at the village square.