There are some interesting old buildings, a large church, and several narrow alleys to wander through while getting lost in the village.
My favorite part of Tholopotami to walk through is the abandoned part. There are old ruined homes made out of stone in the late 19th century.
In the upper part of the village is a broken windmill. From there, there are some great views of the countryside and across to Turkey.
On top of the mountain above Tholopotami is Profiti Ilias. There’s a small church up there where every summer a huge panigiri (festival) takes place. It’s an amazing place to go when nobody is up there but the fireman in the watchtower. The views are phenomenal. On a clear day, you can see the Greek islands of Samos, Ikaria, and even faraway Andros.
Outside of the village off the main road to Kallimasia and Chios Town is Agio Petro. The church was built over a spring of holy water in 1884.
The original bell tower at Agio Petro was destroyed but rebuilt around 2012.