Saint Nikolaos is located in the village of Ida. The church seems to be built in 1885, a date which we find in murals inside. It belongs to a three-aisled basilica and has two entrances on the west and south side. The roof is pitched, covered with slate by excision in western and eastern top. As in the case of St. Demetrios in Xifiani, the bell tower is later than the temple. The roof of the church is a wooden "ntampladoti" (ntampladoti is called the door, which is above the embossed designs), while in the central aisle is illustrated Pantokrator. The icon screen is wooden with painted decoration and the interior of the church is full of wall paintings, even within the arches of the topmast. Among the church's frescoes, we see the Last Supper, the prayer of Christ, the Betrayal, the sawing of the Prophet Isaiah and the houses of the Akathistos, the raising of Lazarus, the Virgin Mary, etc. In some frescoes stated that the date of creation, is in 1885..
 Moutsopoulos N., The churches of the prefecture of Pella, Thessaloniki, Society for Macedonian Studies / Peninsula Institute for Balkan Studies, 1973, p. 23.