Clearly signposted, and about four miles from Ayios Philon along the coast road eastwards, is the group of three churches collectively called Aphendrika. This was the site of a major city in the 2nd C BC, rock cut tombs and a silted up ancient harbour are all that remain. The first of the three churches, on the left of the approach road is the 10th C AD Byzantine construction Ayios Georgios. Closest to this is Panayia Chrysiotissa and set back on a slight rise to the right is Panayia Asomotos. Both of these churches date from the 6thC AD, of the three, it is these two that are in the better state of preservation, and both are now used by the local farmers as sheep pens.