The coastal settlement of Agios Andreas is situated 38 kilometres to the west of Kalamata, and, in recent years, there has been rapid tourism development. Here, visitors can find many hotels, rooms to let, and numerous activities to spend their time with during their holidays.
There is Chrani, a holiday resort with a beautiful beach close to Agios Andreas. Next to the beach of Agios Andreas, there is also an organised camping site for lovers of relaxing vacations.
In 1700, according to the Venetians, the village had only fifty inhabitants. Today, visitors can see the ruins of the Apollo Korythos or Korynthos sanctuary. Pausanias mentions that Apollo Korythos had healing properties. In 1915, part of the sanctuary was excavated. According to the findings, the sanctuary seems to have been there, at least since the Geometric times. There are several copper objects, such as Archaic and Classic figurines, and many handles of vessels and swords among the findings. There were also clay figurines and fragments of marble sculptures found.
Here, visitors can also visit the Byzantine church of Agios Andreas (Saint Andrew), which dates back to the 12th century. It is a three-aisled early Christian church, one of the most important Byzantine monuments in the region. In its initial phase, which dates back to the early - Middle Byzantine period (9th-10th century), the type of the church was that of a three-aisled basilica.