Discover untouched beaches and magical scenery by reserving a boat for a private tour. Ask our front desk for more information, and we will make all the arrangements, leaving you worrying only about your sunscreen.
The picturesque villages of Mani Peninsula are nestled between the beauties of Greek nature. Centenarian olive trees and turquoise waters envelop the stony architeclure of a place full of history.
A subterranean wonder. Hop on a boat at the small natural opening and admire the several-thousand-year-old stalagmites and stalactites that have formed in this otherwordly cave.
The once main port of the Greek city-state of Sparta, is just an hour away from Kalamata. Nowadays, it is a tranquil fishing village with Venetian architectural buildings that tell a small part of its rich history. A perfect blend of tradition and modern, upmarket shops, it is built along a shore of crystal-clear water.
Messenia is an ideal destination for all beach lovers. Picture-perfect views and clear waters can be found all around its coastline. Some of the most famous beaches that are well-worth visiting include:
Perhaps the most distinctive element of the city. The castle of Kalamata is located at a low rocky hill above the river Nedontas. Its origins date back to the Byzantine period, although the structure itself has undergone a lot of changes during different historic periods. The castle is open to visitors and provides a panoramic view over the center of Kalamata.