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Agria at a glance

The charm of Agria village lies in its mellow seaside vibe and scattering of meze eateries with pristine sea views. Just over four miles along the coast from the city of Volos, Agria is ideal for those who want a laid-back holiday destination by the sea, with easy access to a small urban centre with an abundance of bars, restaurants and shopping opportunities.

Agria is all about the sparkling sea views that can be spotted at every twist and turn, thanks to the long stretch of coastline that characterises the locality. Days spent in Agria are all about exploring the rambling streets and soaking up the incredible views. The main beach of Agria and Souterali Beach at the far south of the village are both popular spots, and have an abundance of sun loungers. There are plenty of other spots along the coastline to wander, stop for a swim, or discover tiny chapels carved into the rockface.

Aside from the pristine sea views, Agria is well known for its locally produced lemonade, olives and olive oil products, which are exported across the globe. The village’s name is even thought to originate from the word ‘agrielies’, which means ‘wild olive trees’. A perfect pocket-sized holiday destination that gives visitors a little bit of everything, Agria is all-at-once quaint and beautiful.

Please note we offer flights via Skiathos and Volos to Pelion Peninsula including transfers.  

Best time to visit

From June to September, the average temperature in Agria is between 26 C and 30 c, making this the warmest time of year to visit. Given the beaches and seaside life here, this is considered by many people to be the best time to visit. For those who enjoy the weather to be a little cooler, the coldest month is January, when the temperature averages 10 C. The rainiest months are January, February and March.

Agria is a popular destination during the summer months when a host of cultural performances are typically held in the village, ranging from art to music. At the end of July is a locally famed fishing festival (psaradiki vradia), where fishing customs are celebrated and a traditional fish soup is served.

Travel advice

Buses: There are regular buses that run from Agria to Volos, or further south to Kala Nera and other villages along the Pelion peninsula.

Car rental: Hiring a car is a great idea if you want to explore some of the other villages in the Pelion peninsula. It’s best to hire a car either on arrival at the airport, or from a car rental office in Volos.

Taxi: There are a number of taxi companies based in both Agria and nearby Volos. Either find a taxi stand in the village, or ask your hotel to book you a taxi.


Max_temp Max Temp C Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Agria 19 24 28 31 31 28 23
London 13 16 20 22 21 19 13
Sun Sunshine Hours Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Agria 8 9 11 12 12 9 7
London 5 6 7 6 6 5 3

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