Folegandros Agali beach

Information about Agali beach

Agali Beach Folegandros: The splendid Agali beach is one of the most crowded beaches of the island. The beach is particularly busy in the summer months and needless to say, the tavernas here at this beach are open only during the summer months. If you have come with the mindset of staying overnight, there are a few rooms to let.

The Agali beach is ideal for swimmers. The word Angali means "To Hug" and it is quite appropriate as the huge rocks in the region of the beach appear to be hugging the beach.

Hotels in Agali

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Blue Sand Boutique Hotel and Suites

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Built on a rocky hillside, Blue Sand Hotel in Folegandros is just 15 metres from Agali Beach. Featuring the traditional Cycladic architecture, it offers units with Aegean Sea view and free Wi-Fi throughout. Opening to private balconies, all bright rooms offer air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and minibar. They also include a bathroom with a walk-in shower, hairdryer, and free toiletries. Guests can start their day with an a la carte breakfast.

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Pasithea Rooms

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Built above the sea on the beach of Agali, one of the most beautiful beaches of the island, the rooms Pasithea is available to all visitors to provide a memorable stay on the island, in a family environment and overlooking the sea.

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Perigiali Rooms

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Perigiali features rooms and apartments that are characterized by the simplicity and beauty of the Cycladic island, offering above all peace and comfort for a relaxing stay with a lullaby to the beach. They embrace you with their hospitality, you just follow your instincts!

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Things To See And Do In Agali


Map Of Agali, Folegandros

Reviews of Agali, Folegandros

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  • ashley20245 02 Sep 2008
    Lovely Agali
    I think I mostly enjoyed my swimming in Agali, when I was on vacations on Folegandros. I like sandy coasts better than pebbles, so I loved Agali. The water was very clean and not particularly deep. As it was close to Chora, we went often there. Buses are frequent from Chora. Around Agali, you will find many studios and taverns. Mr Christos makes great apple pie. If you are lucky, you may have some.