Agia Kyriaki is a seaside, traditional village in the southern tip of Pelion. Its port serves the village of Trikeri and the surrounding area. The authentic fishing village with the beautiful harbor, the colorful fishing boats and the yards covered with flowers, attracts many tourists. It has island characteristics with whitewashed alleys and stone houses that stretch amphitheatrically along the beach. Next to the port is the famous old ship yard with the big wooden fishing boats. It is well worth a walk around the narrow-cobbled streets of the village before settling down to a traditional tavern.
In the picturesque taverns around the port the visitor can taste local delicacies such as amazing crayfish with spaghetti, octopus roasted on the charcoal and fresh fish accompanied by local tsipouro. Not far from Agia Kyriaki is the beautiful and quiet beach of Mylos. Agia Kyriaki is connected to Trikeri, through a paved path (cobbled path), one of the most beautiful in the area. It is worth walking the route just before dusk to enjoy a stunning sunset overlooking the Pagasitic Gulf. You should also not miss a visit to Paleo Trikeri, the only inhabited island of Pagasitikos, a place where time has literally stopped.
On the 6th and 7th of July, the feast day of Agia Kyriaki, a big festival takes place in the village with local music and traditional dances. In Agia Kyriaki you can find small hotels, rooms to rent, cafes and taverns. The picturesque village is located 95 km away from the city of Volos.