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Akrogiali (as mentioned in the census) or Piontes is a settlement of the Municipality of Eastern Mani and belongs to the community of Lagia. According to the 2011 census, it has 12 residents. It is 4 km away from Lagia. The village was called Piontes until 1912, when it was officially renamed Piontes (Antrogiali), in 1928 it was renamed Antrogiali and in 1940 Akrogiali.

Churches - Chapels

- The central church of the village is Saint Charalambos.

- The Monastery of the Savior with its belfry and frescoes dating from the 13th and 18th century.

- The church of Saint Nicholas in village cemetery.

- The single-arched churches (chapels): Panagia Megalochari, Saint Isidoros, Saint Spyridonas, Saint George, Saint Nicholas, Saint Dimitrios, Saint John, Prophet Elijah, Saint Melikarpos etc.

Natural Wealth - Reference Points

- The Coca Cave which is not used for animal crushing and has not been fully explored yet.

- Limnos, one of the rarest wetlands in Inner Mani.

- Oak trees over five hundred years old (rarely found in Inner Mani).

- Touhnos or Douhnos, a hill in the Sangia Mountains with ancient stonework (ruins of old houses of the Mavroutsos family formerly, of the Tsiklos family nowadays, in Touhnos).

- The Tower of the Georgopoulos family.

- Ruins of the Tower of the Mavrodakos or Rossos family at Kumaria.

- The old cemetery (Kivouria) of the village.

- Two very old oil presses : the one is in Pano Chora (Tsiklos family) and the other in the center of the village (Pierrakos family).

- Old houses built with old timber.

Beaches

- Antrogialos

- Friatsi

- Connection to the Ambelos beach via a path from the village.

Families Of Piontes :

- Mavroutsos Family

- Tsiklos Family

- Liris Family

- Vrotsakos Family

- Aletourakos Family

- Pothakos Family

- Markomichalis Family

- Pierrakos Family

- Giannakopoulos Family

- Georgopoulos Family etc.