The beach of Agia Kyriaki is a picturesque, small bay in front of the settlement of the same name and the provincial road that connects Filiatra with Marathopolis. The beach took its name from the church of Agia Kyriaki in the settlement.
The beach has sand and some rocks at its edge, as well as a small harbour that serves the area’s fishermen. Its blue-green waters are calm and ideal for families with children. Somewhere in the centre of the coast, the Evangelistria stream flows out. It is worth sitting until late in the afternoon and enjoying the spectacular sunset with its intense orange colours. The beach of Agia Paraskevi was recognised as a swimming beach in 1990.