Agia Kyriaki Village in Pelion
Agia Kiriaki is the port serving inland town of the village Trikeri, which is located at the southern point of the Pelion peninsula.
The small port with its fishing boats is a picture that you will fall in love with and will forever be in your memory. Visitors' young and old are both attracted to this authentic fishing village, which still maintains its original colours.
The tarmac road is extremely helpful in allowing visitors to easily explore and get to know the village, as well as enjoying its absolute peace.
The village is known throughout Magnesia and North Evia for the service it provides to repairing boats and sea vessels.
On the 6th and 7th of July, the festival for the memory of Agia Kiriaki takes place, where you can watch traditional dance and listen to traditional songs played with folklore instruments.
At the small picturesque tavernas around the port you can try the traditional tastes, such as octopus, barbequed and fresh fish, all caught by the local fishermen.
If you enjoy swimming, you are recommended to go to the beautiful and quite Mylos beach, which is approximately 1km before the village.
Agia Kyriaki Overview
Distance from: Volos 74km | Milina 25km | Trikeri 5km | Volos Airport 109km
Places to Eat: Few
Other Facilities: Petrol Station
Agia Kyriaki Map
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Agia Kyriaki Useful Telephone Numbers
Agia Kyriaki - Area Code 24230
Police - 24230 91220
Surgery - 24230 91221
Community - 24230 91223
Post Office - 24230 91399
Coast Guard - 24230 91400
Tourist Police - 24210 72421