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Agios Nikitas sightseeing Twelve kilometers form the capital of the prefecture, looms the traditional fishing village of Agios Nikitas.

Traditional houses, amphitheatrically arranged in the verdant landscape around the sea, give their own gift to the passage of time.

Very quiet with a view to the endless azure of the Ionian Sea it attracts the visitors like a magnet.

The crystal clear waters, the fresh fish and also the traditional hospitality of the people, will transport you to a different way of life and will fascinate you.

Agios Nikitas street Further west of the settlement is the unspoiled sandy beach of Milos, named after the ruined mill on the headland overlooking it, which is sure to win the heart of even the most demanding visitor.

The village is situated in a valley area surrounded by rocks and ledges.

Forests and grasslands covers the area around the village.

The village is famous for tourism as well as a beach located at the end, where you can find several bars and taverns.

Agios Nikitas has one church and a small square.

Agios Nikitas beach The village consists of one main street down to the sea. There are many restaurants, small mini-markets and souvenir shops, along it. The street is pedestrian only with few exeptions.

Parking can be difficult and if you can find a place in one of the car parks it is worth paying.

The village is very busy and full of tourists during the high season. The village is close to several superb beaches. It has it's own small beach.

There is Pefkoulia beach (also known as Agios Nikitas Beach), which can be easily reached along the main road to Lefkas Town. Also Kathisma beach can be reached along the road to Kalamitsi and Athani.

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