Sille Village

The village developed in the Seljuk and Ottoman periods too, thanks to silk and spice routes. Hungarian traveler Bela Horvarth had noted that there were 60 churches in Sille when he visited the village in 1913. Archangelos Michael church could be one of them which was built in AD 327 by the first Christian Byzantine emperor Constantine's mother Ayia Eleni, can be visited today.

Hagios Chariton Monastery, the churches Koimesis Tes Panagias and Kiriakoni, Hill Chapel (known as Milk Church), baths and Kevele Castle, and more can be visited in Sille. Locally produced clay Jugs and rugs and carpets can be bought as a gift.