It is surrounded by olive groves, citrus groves and vegetable gardens, the tending of which is the inhabitants’ main occupation.
The most surprising monument in the area is the Mycenaean Kazarma bridge, which is still used today. The ancient single-arch bridge, close to Arkadiko, dates from around 1300 BC. It is 22 m. long, 5.60 m. wide and 4 m. high. Built of large limestone boulders, without mortar, in the characteristic Cyclopean system, it is a characteristic monumental construction of the Mycenaean period and was part of the road network laid out by the Mycenaeans in the Argolid.