Prodromos is located very near Lefkes. It is a small village perched on a hill, which took its name from the Temple of Agios Ioannis of Prodromos, which was built 60 years ago in the village. It was once named Dragoulas. The whitewashed houses line narrow streets, accessible on foot through the gate to the village - a vaulted arch topped with a bell tower, which connects the churches of Agios Spyridonas and Agios Nikolaos. Visitors relax in the traditional cafés of the village, and sample local delicacies with a view of Parian houses and well-tended gardens. Traditional windmills can be found on the outskirts of the settlement, some of which have been renovated and are inhabited. Prodromos hosts a festival on 23 June.