The settlement of Agios Loukas (St. Luke) or Ae Loucas, as the locals use to call their village, is a tiny village adjacent to Artemonas. The few permanent residents of the settlement live on agriculture and tourism.
Few accommodation facilities and other services are offered to the visitors.
Once in the village, you may see the church of Panaghia tou Gournia and Aghios Nicolaos, a twin church, dedicated to Virgin Mary and St. Nicolas. The church, dated in the 17th century, has interesting frescoes made by the folk hagiographer Agapios. You should also see the church of Aghios Georgios Afendis (St. George the Master) with nice frescoes dated in the 17th century, as well as the church of Aghios Constantinos, a church of very original architectural style; in front of this latter you will see the bust of the local hero Nicolaos Chrysogelos, dominating the homonymous square. Also, don’t miss to have a look to the old mansions of the Vernicos family of ship-owners.
In case of emergence the corresponding services of the adjacent village of Apollonia are available for you.
Access from Kamares and is possible by public buses running regularly, by taxi and by private means (car or motorbikes). The distance from and to Apollonia is that short that you may get there on foot