Single-room wooden-roofed basilica with an open portico on the south side. Agios Andreas of Karyvi is a monument of the 18th century which received some repairs in the 19th century. In the interior one can admire the beautiful wooden carved iconostasis and the icons that it bears, which date back to the year 1776. We get this information from the inscription on the icon of St. Andrew.
The icons of the iconostasis, which are preserved in good condition, from left to right are: Agios Charalambos, Treis Ierarches, Panagia Vrefokratousa, Christos Pantokrator, Agios Ioannis o Prodromos and finally, Agios Andreas.