Agalipa is the combination of two beaches shortly after St. Peter, in a beautiful bay with pine trees going all the way down to the sea. Agalipes is the name of sea anemones which the residents of the island collect with spoons when the sea recedes. They are used to make “agalipokeftedes”, a local delicacy. One of the beaches is sandy with clear waters and the other one is the same but there is also a shipwreck there. The beaches are not organized and are an ideal retreat for those looking for secluded places. The access by land is difficult so the best way to get there is by sea.