Argalasti (Greek: Αργαλαστή) is one of the main villages of South Mt. Pelion, Magnesia, Greece, built on a fertile plateau, 40 km southeast of Volos. It is an important commercial and tourism center of the area with a rich cultural tradition. Argalasti is a stopping point for those headed for the nearby beaches of the Pagasetic Gulf (Horto, Kalamos, Lefokastro) or the Aegean Sea (Potistika, Melani, Paltsi). An exquisite sample of the architecture of the beginning of the century is the church tower of St. Apostles.
The tap water is drinkable and restaurants will serve glasses of ice water upon request. Local drinks include Mythos (beer) and Ouzo.
Argalasti is a generally safe destination.