Molos-Agios Konstantinos is a municipality in Central Greece and Kamena Vourla - located 38 km from Lamia- is its seat. The municipality is rich in historical and cultural heritage, with picturesque and traditional small towns and villages.
Agios Konstantinos bases its economy on tourism, boosted by beautiful beaches, framed by olive groves and pine forests, and the presence of a port. Among its main attractions is the beach of Agios Konstantinos, which each year attracts thousands of tourists and the church of St. Constantine, built in the first half of the nineteenth century, following the discovery Byzantine icon of St. Constantine and Helen. The port is in the top three for the connection between the mainland and Sporades islands.
Kamena Vourla is renowned for its famous thermal springs. The springs of Koniaviti and Kallidika just outside the town are also well known. Kamena Vourla has also won the "Blue Ribbon Award" from international ecological organizations due to the beautiful and clear beaches, such as, Glaros (Seagull) and Asproneri (White Water). In addition, there is the beach of the Galini Hotel which offers a host of organized activities. Another attraction is the campsite of EOT (Greek Tourism Organization) which operates from May to October.