|Colin Murison Small's|
Agathonisi (trans: the kind island .. very apt), the most northern of the Dodecanese islands, is around twice the size of neighbouring Arki with four times the number of inhabitants (excluding goats). The whole of the island, along with the north of Arki and the west of Lipsi, is a Natura 2000 protected site, with the aim of protecting local birdlife and habitats.
Finding a secluded beach isn't difficult, but they are mostly shingle. The small beach at the port is delightful so no need to stray far from the tavernas if you dont want to.
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