The town of Agios Konstantinos is located in one of the most central parts of Greece. Just one and a half hour away from Athens, three and a half hours from Thessaloniki and half an hour from the capital of the prefecture of Fthiotida, Lamia, It is built on the site of the ancient settlement of Opoundon Lokron, Dafnountas. It is one of the largest centers in the summer, as hundreds of thousands of Greek and foreign tourists travel to Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos and Evia. It is also less than 10 minutes from the famous Loutroupolis of Kamena Vourla, where one can enjoy the thermal baths of the area and visit the built in the 11th – 12th c. monastery of the Metamorphosis of the Savior. It is also about a quarter of Molos, known for its agricultural products and especially its pistachio, but also for hosting one of the most important medieval castles in the area of Mendenitsa.
Agios Konstantinos combines what we call mountain with sea, as it is built at the foot of Mount Kninis, where one can climb, climb and mountain biking, admire its waterfalls, and has some of the best beaches in the area: Kalamos with the breathtaking sunset), Sykies, Plaz, Asponeri (due to the very clear waters), Livadaki, Blue Bay (Camping, where the legendary Disco of 80’s and 90’s), Loggos, are offered for swimming, sailing and other water sports , the whole summer. Also a trademark of St. Constantine, is the excellent quality olive oil produced in the region and exported to many countries of the world – even in China. Agios Konstantinos also has excellent water quality from its mountain springs and is also famous for its fish. The great Stelios Kazantzidis, who had his own home in the area, and was a great fisherman, has reported in his interviewed separate fish of Agios Konstantinos and also fascinated by St. Constantine and fishing in the waters, the other famous summer resident the well-known music composer Christos Nikolopoulos.