The village of Kattavia boasts of a couple of taverns as well, a mini market and a cafe-restaurant for snacks and light meals. The few country houses scattered around the village, the old airport (on the left as you drive towards Prasonisi) and the impressive road lined with cypress trees opposite the derelict Italian church with its clock tower on the main road from Gennadi to Kattavia show that the area was first developed during the time of Italian rule.
- Saint George (17th century)
- Saint Minas (19th century)
- Prophet Elias (19th century)
- Apostle Paul (20th century)
- Saint Panteleimonas (20th century)
- Saint Mark (Catholic church, 20th century)
Kattavia celebrates the following:
Saint Paraskevi on July 26th. The festival takes place the night before and ends the next evening Saint Panteleimonas on July 27th. The festival takes place the night before and ends the next evening Assumption of the Virgin Mary on August 15th.