Panagiouda is a relatively small seaside village 6mkh north of the city and has a population of 705 residents (recorded in 2001) with the main activity being fishing.
There are structures Nativity of the Virgin, renovated old mills and paved route along it’s small island.
In the north confines of the settlement, there is the kalamiaris settlement from which originated Panagiotis Alepoudelis who is the father of the author Odiseas Elitis. In the same place there also is the relatively unknown Finikodasos Kalamiaris or Panagioudas
The village owes its name to I.N of Virgin Mary which stands for “Little Mary”.
This temple was built in 1896 from the big Architect of Lesvos of the age: Argiri Adali, with gothic dome just like Saint Therapon in Mytilene and the Taxiarxon in Kagiani.