Agios Andreas

Agios Andreas is a seaside village in the prefecture of Messinia, which is washed by the western coast of the Messinian Gulf. In 1908 it was recognized as a settlement of the then Logga community and in 1972 it was annexed to Logga village. Now the village of Agios Andreas belongs to the Municipal Unit of Aipeia, of the Municipality of Messina of the Regional Unit of Messinia located in the Region of Peloponnese, according to the administrative division of Greece as formed by the “Kallikratis” program. The area occupied by the village is approximately 1.5 square kilometers. From a geographical point of view, Agios Andreas is equidistant from the most popular villages of the region, Koroni and Petalidi, with a distance of 12 kilometers.

Agios Andreas Messinias is a tourist destination during the summer and is characterized by the beaches, the wide variety of accommodation or catering infrastructure, the children’s entertainment in the playground as well as a small marina where small boats and fishing boats are docked. There are also two large parking lots with a total capacity of 200 vehicles, in the southern and northern parts of the village. For many years and until 2009, an organized camping operated next to the beach of Agios Andreas, which no longer operates.

Hot Spots

Hotels and rooms for rent located near the sea.
Fenced playground and basketball court
Citizen Service Center (CSC)
Mini market
Bakeries – Confectioneries
Restaurants – Cafes – Bars
Butcher shop
Gas station at a distance of 2 km in the area of Episkopi

Beaches in the area

The well-known diamond beach of Agios Andreas is in itself a pole of attraction for visitors, however the surrounding coasts in turn give bathers the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing day in clear blue waters.

Where are we going to eat?

Although the village only covers an area of 1.5 km, it offers several options for nightlife as the quiet quality bars offer delicious wines and fine drinks.

Beaches in the area

Kolonides Beach

Very close to Koroni, amidst a magnificent green landscape, there...