Papigo is famous for its unique stone-made country churches. In the west of Big Papigo, on an impressive hill verdant with oaks, the country church of Agios Hristoforos (Saint Hristoforos) stands.
In Small Papigo one can find the country churches of Agios Trifonas (Saint Trifonas), on the path leading to the shelter, and Agios Panteleimonas (Saint Panteleimonas) with the distinct fountain by its base, the so-called "Avragonio".
Panagia of Paliouri (Virgin Mary of Paliouri)
The small and austere country church of Panagia of Paliouri, dedicated to the birth of Virgin Mary, is situated in the location Lakkos, in a splendid area full of hollies. According to tradition and I. Lampridis, it was built in 980 in the place of the older church. The 8th of September, when the fair of Panagia of Paliouri takes place, is a celebration day for Small Papigo too.
Agios Athanassios (Saint Athanassios)
Agios Athanassios is situated in a distance of five minutes outside the village, in the district Mpounar. On the Eastern side of the church there is a carved stone with the year 1769, which is likely to be the year of construction.
Agios Ilias (Saint Ilias)
In a distance of 15 minutes outside the village, on a verdurus hill, there is the church of Agios Ilias. At this place the village fair used to take place- on the 20th of July- but nowadays it takes place in Mesohori. The year of construction is not known.
Agia Kiriaki (Saint Kiriaki)
The church of Saint Kiriaki, built with dry-wall, is located under the slopes of Tsouka (Lapatos) and in a distance of an hour and a half from the village. It is a shelter and a worship space for shepherds that graze their sheep in Lapato, Agathi and Koula.
Agioi Apostoloi (Saints Apostoloi)
Agioi Apostoloi are situated in the position Pigadia where the homonymous fountains are too. The church was renovated in 1904, according to the infrared sign.