There is a large coastel forest which characterizes a big part of the Gulf of Kyparissia. In its sundy grounds you can find a wide variety of plants (stone pines, pine trees, myrtles, shrubs, sea daffodils and others), as well as many insects, rodrnts, amphibians, birds and mammals (black-headed gulls, tree frogs, Mediterranean turtles, eastern Montpellier snakes, foxes and of course Caretta caretta). Equally important is the dune zone which protects the mainland from the salt and the corrosion, and keeps the balance between fresh and sea water in the ground waters. All this area belongs to the European network of protected areas NATURA 2000.
The beach of Agiannakis is essentially an extension of the sandy grounds that begin from the outfall of Neda, and you must go south, up to the beach of Kalo Nero, to find any kind of geomorphologic defference and of course, exvellent choices for swimming.