Trikeri & Agia Kyriaki
On a rocky hill looking like an island, Trikeri is the last village of the peninsula still having a developed maritime tradition. The old mansions, the tower houses, the picturesque paved streets invite you for a unique acquaintance. The view to the sea composes a dreamy setting that evokes other times and you feel the invincible attraction to stay in this place.
Agia Kyriaki Village
Agia Kyriaki is a small coastal village with a port serving the village of Trikeri. The village is located just 4 km from the nearby village of Trikeri, where you will have the chance to taste fresh fish and sea food at the traditional fish taverns, which are situated around the port.
Old Trikeri Island
A small paradise, beautiful, relatively quiet at the end of the Magnesia peninsula is the island of Old Trikeri in South Pelion. No cars, machines and noises. A true paradise for those who love such places. Its few permanent residents brag about their islet, which does not exceed 2.5 square kilometers, has no roads and one can walk around the island in 2 hours. There is no ship that approaches the port of the island, but there are sea taxis that in 5 minutes pass you opposite, from Alogoporos.