Aragia

The beach Aragia is one of the beaches on Poros, in the south of Kefalonia. It is located within walking distance of the village’s center, which is among the largest and most touristic of the island, and has one of the most important ports of Kefalonia, as it is connected with frequent daily ferries with Kyllini of Ilia.

The water at the beach Aragia are shallow and calm, with a clear blue color, reflecting the lush greenery around and takes a deep turquoise hue. In Aragia, you will find small white pebbles, like most beaches of Poros. It is located very close to the coastal road, in the northern part of the village and you will get there very easily by foot, of course.

The beach Aragia is considered busy and organized, with sunshades and sun beds, although there is free space for those who prefer it. Many of its fanatics consider it the best beach in the area.

You may hear locals mentioned the beach Aragia with the name Ragia, while it is from the beaches that are awarded steadily with the Blue Flag, mainly because of the quality of its waters.

Just next is the beach of Poros, Argostoli is 45 km, while nearby, you will also find the lively, sandy beach of Skala.

The beach Aragia at a glance:

• Blue Flag

• Pebbled

• Organized

• Easy access