Ormylia is built on the foot of the Holomonta mountain. It has about 3.500 residents. It is inhabited by indigenous residents and has all those characteristics of the old settlements of Halkidiki.
Dense building- alleys – lack of town planning – lack of open areas, especially in the north older part of the village.
Elements that preserve its picturesqueness The new urban design of Halkidiki suggests the preservation of the traditional and architectural characteristics of the settlement, given the relevant temper of its inhabitants.
The oldest building is the central Church of St. George (1818) while some other buildings are preserved: the church tower bell, some old mansions and the old Primary School, which was built in 1909 and remains well preserved in an excellent condition. Today the Community is located in this building.