Agia is located approximately 130 miles (209 kilometers) from Athens, the national capital.
From major tourist drawcards to hidden gems slightly off the beaten path, the area around Agia is crisscrossed with cultural and natural attractions. Some interesting places within a relatively short distance of Agia are Nei Pori, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south, and Larissa, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the east.
Approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northwest of Agia is Dio-Olympos, a regional center which is home to Mount Olympus, Castle of Platamon and Church of St. Nicholas. And don't rush back to Agia until you've visited Dio-Olympos' Platamonas Castle, Leptokarya Beach and Nei Pori Beach Park.
Those with a love of history will want to visit the region's fine old old towns, ruins and fortresses. Thessalia is home to some important monasteries and other sites of spiritual importance, ideal places to catch a glimpse of Agia's spiritual heart.
If you believe the ideal holiday is maxing-out your heart rate in wild places, then join one of the hiking and mountain climbing adventures the area around Agia has to offer. No holiday is really complete without some relaxation. Sunbathing is one of the ways they relax here. Here and beach combing is another.
Before you return to the familiarity of home, you'll be bidding Agia a sad Yiá sou (farewell).