Koroni 1


Koroni is a picturesque village, built on a hill right above the Messinian gulf. On arriving, visitors have a magnificent view of the castle, which is above the houses as the sea lies at the bottom. At the Venetian castle, visitors can see parts of it, from the 16th century or before. Coming down the …

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Pylos 2


The Municipality of Pylos was formed by the King’s Act of April 9, 1835. It was officially referenced as a Municipality of the Methoni Province. Ranked in the C class with a population of 782 inhabitants, situated in Pylos (Neokastron – “New Castle”). The city inhabitant was named Pylios. Pylos is a charming town in …

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Kardamili 3


One of the south Mediterranean’s best-kept secrets Kardamili is a spectacularly beautiful seaside village located in the Mani, a stunning region in the southern Peloponnese, the coast of Greece defined by travel connoisseurs as the New Côte d’Azur. Set dramatically against a backdrop of crystalline aqua-blue waters, majestic cypress trees, wild olive groves, verdant rolling …

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Kalamata 4


This illustrated travelogue depicts in a succinct but meaningful way the myths, history, monuments, beauty and contemporary life of one of the liveliest and most enchanting Greek cities. A city which has become a symbol for its contribution to the Greek nation’s struggle for independence, a symbol of courage and determination but at the same …

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Foinikounta 5


Foinikounta is a seaside village and a community in the municipal unit of Pylos-Nestor, Messenia, Greece. It is situated in the southwestern tip of the Peloponnese peninsula, 9 km east of Methoni and 37 km southwest of Kalamata. It is most notable for its beautiful beaches which attract mostly Greek and other European visitors during …

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