Four km north of Sigri is the area of ​​Paliochori, an old small rural settlement, which was home to at least 15 families, i.e. probably more than 70 people. This settlement appears to have been built around a place of worship (the chapel of Agia Paraskevi) and a central square, with two sources of running drinking water for the inhabitants and a system of continuous troughs for watering sheep and goats. These fountains continue to run clean drinking water today.Located at Paliochori is “Mana”, the source of water that has been supplying Sigri since the 18th century.