Municipality of Agia, Greece
The total area of the municipality is 668.26 km ² and has a population of 11.633 inhabitants. The current form of the municipality arose with the “Kallikratis” Program from the extension of the original municipality of Agia by the merger of pre-existing municipalities of Lakereia, Evrimenon and Melivoia.
The Municipality of Agia is the coastal municipality of the Regional Unit of Larissa with a coastline of 60km, where picturesque bays alternate with long beaches, with a unique blend of Kissavos and Mavrovouni mountains with the green and blue of the Aegean sea.
The area attracts tourists, both from Central Greece but also from various European countries. It is known mainly for the dense forests of Kissavos and Mavrovouni mountains, dozens of springs, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, rare species and rich animal kingdom confirm the picture that the area is unspoiled.
Peneus River’s Delta connects the Tempi valley and the Kissavos’ mountain and it has been a subject of study due to its wetland.