Andikira has the feel
of a small, modern provincial town and fulfills most of
the needs of its visitors. Its natural landscape and
archaeological wealth, the fishing boats along the
promenade and the seagulls flying over the sea, as well
as the serenity of the local people, maintain the
character of an idyllic coastal resort.
location at the Gulf of Corinth and its friendly
atmosphere make Andikira a pleasant destination for a
short trip, mainly for Greek people, throughout the year.
Even sailors crossing the Corinthian Gulf are attracted
by the village and often interrupt their course by
taking a short break to visit. Or, in the event of
stormy weather, they find shelter in Andikira’s enclosed
bay. For lovers of nature and history, it is an ideal
starting point for many activities of almost every
Small coves in the
town and surrounding areas, as well as the popular
pebble beach, "Agios Isidoros," awarded with the blue
flag, add to its value and make Andikira an excellent
holiday resort for the summer season.