View of the village from the summit of Anemomylos.

 Anemomylos is the hill that stands above the village and which with its conical shape resembles to Kronio of Ancient Olympia. Its flora until the fire of 2007 consisted in pines and oaks. The hill got its name from the windmill that had been working at its summit during the 19th century, which was a property of some inhabitants of Andritsaina. Today, its ruins are preserved in its place.


The only thing left to remind us that a windmill existed sometime is a pile of stones.


The village Rodina, as seen from the summit of Anemomylos.