Kouros of Melanes, also known as Kouros of Flerio, is a significant archaeological site which features several unfinished marble statues of ancient Greek male youths, known as Kouros. 

The statues date back to the 6th century BC and provide insight into the early stages of Greek sculpture. The Kouros of Melanes statues are unique in that they were left unfinished, providing a rare glimpse into the sculpting process of ancient artists. 

Some statues were left at the quarry, while others were abandoned during transport, likely due to their weight and size. 

In addition to its historical significance, the Kouros of Melanes site also offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including the neighboring villages of Melanes and Potamia. 

Visitors can explore the site and appreciate the intricate details of the Kouros sculptures, as well as the fascinating history behind them.