The village has a school, a historical library, several churches, a post office, a water-power museum, an open amphitheater, hotels and a square (plateia). The village is located on the valley which has a small creek to its west and the residential area covers the eastern part of a mountain. Another mountain is located to its west. The area north and east of Dimitsana is covered pine forests and is rare connected with the Maenalus ranges. Deforested mountains cover the area west and south of Dimitsaina.
Until the 1960s, much of the town did not have electricity and until the 1980s, most of the houses were stone-built.
|Year||Communal Population||Change||Municipal Population||Change|
|2001||611||-118 or -15.97%||1,337||-192/-12.56%|
|West: Iraia||Dimitsana||East: Falanthos, Megalopoli|
|South: Gortynia, Trikolones|