The rocky shoreline, on the other side of the Agora port is a pine forest planted by school children in the early twentieth century. This place called Petra Panta reaches all the way to the statue of Galaxidi Woman (Galaxidiotissa) – the woman waving a handkerchief towards the sea while embracing her children. You can get there on foot, by bicycle or by car enjoying amazing view of the sea, mountains
and town along the way. You will find there two small, pebbled beaches.
There is a road behind the town that leads up to the mountains to the Monastery of Metamorphosis. If you travel by car it is worth to check it out for impressive view of the town