There are beautiful stone-built alleys in the village around the main square. It is a village enriched with traditional stone houses, whose interior reveals beautiful idyllic courtyards. The settlement of Kalavasos existed during the Middle Ages with the same name and is marked on old maps with the name Calavaso and Calavato. The excavation of the specialists and the systematic archaeological survey in the area of Kalavasos resulted in the discovery of many archaeological sites, which are part of almost all phases of the Cypriot prehistoric and historical chronological periods. The most important of these sites, in chronological order, are the pre-ceramic Neolithic settlement of Tenta (7000 – 6000 BC), the Neolithic settlement of Kalavasos A' in Kokkinogia of the Ceramic Neolithic II period (4500 – 3800 BC), the Chalcolithic settlements in Agioi and Kalavasos B' in Pampoules (3500 – 2500 BC).