Chrysafa is located at an altitude of 550 meters on a western slope of Mount Parnon.
There are remarkable Byzantine and post-Byzantine churches in the village, among which Panagia Chrysafitissa stands out.

Panagia Chrysafitissa is an impressive castle church, which was built at the end of the 11th century and probably belonged to a larger complex or monastery. Apart from the beautiful frescoes, the imposing fortress tower on its west side. Near Chrysafa lies the Monastery of Agion Tessarakonta, built in a beautiful, green location. Externally it has the form of a fortress with a high enclosure formed by the complexes of the cells and auxiliary spaces. The catholicon (main church), built in 1620, dominates the center of the courtyard. Next to the catholikon is the chapel of Zoodochos Pigi dating to 1707. The monastery has a rich library and a museum where historic relics and rare documents are exhibited. From Chrysafa, through a beautiful route you can visit Agriani, a small picturesque mountain village famous for its nice climate, taverns and forest paths.