Agathonisi is the north most islet of the Dodecanese islands complex, full of sheltered bays and small rocky islets; an ideal place for a relaxing holiday and for those who love diving in crystal waters. Agathonisi combines an untouched island nature with the traditional way of life and authentic Greek hospitality.
It is a paradise of undisturbed ecological balance, with ancient religious and cultural traditions, the smell of wild herbs and freshly-baked bread and the sound of the lapping waves and flapping seagull wings. Agathonisi has three settlements (Aghios Georgios, Megalo and Mikro Chorio) which are famous for their traditional architecture and houses with beautiful gardens.
The waters of Agathonisi have abundant fish and the hospitable fishermen await the amateur ones to reveal their secrets. Agathonisi is included in the Natura 2000 protected sites, as an invaluable refuge for rare birds (such as, Audouin’s gull and others). Discover Agathonisi in the summer and you will be delighted.
At the inner part of the bay Agios Georgios, there are a few houses as well as a quay, with a depth of approximately 1 m at its base, which is used for the mooring of small vessels.
The shore to the east of the quay is quayed for approximately 30 m and extends to the east.